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Jason Babin Blasts The Eagles And Their "Socialistic System"

Before the 2011 season, the Eagles brought in Jim Washburn and then Jason Babin—who's only ever thrived in Washburn's 4-3. It worked well for a year, when Babin recorded a team-record 18 sacks. Like everything else defensive-related in Philly this year though, the D-line play has gone to shit. The Eagles released Babin a month ago, and fired Washburn soon after.


Now with the Jaguars, Babin addressed the Titans media today. He had some not-so-kind things to say about the Eagles, which is only fair play—it's an organization that's not shy about smearing players like him on their way out. And Babin, who has in the past relied on fake Hitler quotes to make his policy points, again goes sociopolitical.

"[T]hey don't have amicable splits with people. You saw how dirty they did Washburn with leaking out the false stories and the way they talked about him on the way out. It's kind of a big socialistic system that they have. I didn't really care."


Babin goes on to cite a secret D-line "consultant" that the front office used to undermine Washburn, but that's just how commie pinko franchises do business.

[The 700 Level]

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