April 3rd, 2012 by faye
Carolina Panthers tight end Jeremy Shockey is demanding an apology from the NFL network – most especially from Warren Sapp – who branded him as “the snitch” via Twitter in light of the New Orleans Saints infamous “bounty scandal.”
According to previous reports, NFL network analyst Warren Sapp said that Jeremy Shockey reported the Saints’ bounty program to the league, calling Shockey “the snitch.” Commissioner Roger Goodell has called Sapp’s report “inaccurate,” adding the league had several sources during its investigation. Sapp, however, was not punished by the network.
Sources say the 31-year-old tight end wants a formal retraction and apology from both Warren Sapp and the National Football League. Additionally, Jeremy Shockey has been meeting with legal and business advisors and has not ruled out taking legal action if Warren Sapp and the league won’t apologize.