Quotes of the Week XIII

31 08 2010

This is more like Quotes of the Past Couple Weeks but don’t judge; just read the damn quotes.

LeBron James on Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert:
“I don’t think he ever cared about LeBron.” Just to recap, that was LeBron saying that Dan hated LeBron.

New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott making some sort of parallel between his coach Rex Ryan and Tony Dungy after Dungy criticized Ryan’s foul mouth:
“If you don’t want your kids to see Andrew Dice Clay or Bernie Mac, tell them to go see Bill Cosby.”

More Scott: “Why are you farming someone else’s land? Farm your own land.” An absolutely splendid comeback.

Tom Brady on the New York Jets:
“I hate the Jets.”

Ryan’s reaction to Brady’s comment:
“Hell, he knows we hate the Patriots, so what’s the difference?”

UCLA football offensive coordinator Norm Chow on his feeling about quarterback Kevin Prince audibling a pass play in practice:
“I told him that was stupid.”

Chad Ochocinco in response to a $25,000 fine imposed by the NFL for Tweeting during a preseason game:
“Dear NFL I apologize for tweeting during the game but that was 2 months of my Bugatti payments you just took from me, I won’t do it again.”

Ex-NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp on Darrelle Revis and Albert Haynesworth’s action this off-season:

“I played 13 years. Never renegotiated [my contract]. Never bailed. Nothing. Contract signed, contract honored. I’m coming to work, boss! There’s no reason for this foolishness.”

Sapp again:
“You’re playing a kid’s game, getting paid a king’s ransom. What are you bitching about again? I missed it.”

New York Giants left guard Rich Seubert on if it’s more fun to play center than guard:
“More fun? Eli [Manning] gets to touch me every play. That’s about it.”

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison on why he rocked Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton’s world in a recent preseason game:
“He was running his mouth and getting in the way of the train. And the train wasn’t coming off the track.”

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