The Philadelphia Eagles may have miraculously won the Super Bowl over the Patriots dynasty but their celebration could be short-lived due to the poison that the organization has willingly ingested.
The reigning champions will be the new home for one of the NFL’s biggest troublemakers in Colin Kaepernick’s successor as an agitator Michael Bennett.
The ultra-liberal Seattle Seahawks finally grew weary of Bennett’s carnival of controversies, his whoring himself out to the media at the expense of his teammates and his constant race-baiting and cut their losses this week by sending @MosesBread72 packing before his new book “Things that Make White People Uncomfortable” is released next month.
Their stud defensive lineman got them a fifth-round pick and wide receiver Marcus Johnson and the chance to get a fresh start as another problem child has been sent elsewhere.
— Eagles Fans (@PhilEaglesViews) March 8, 2018
According to CBS Sports “Michael Bennett was reportedly a ‘pain in the a–‘ for the Seahawks last season”:
Michael Bennett may have been one of the Seahawks’ best players but he had become more trouble than he was worth, according to TheMMQB.com’s Albert Breer, who writes that three offensive coaches described the defensive end as not being the player he once was and one who “picked his spots more than he had in the past.”
Oh, and there’s this: “He was also a pain in the a– for the Seattle coaches,” Breer added.
On Wednesday, the Seahawks shipped Bennett and a seventh-round pick to the Eagles for a fifth-rounder and wide receiver Marcus Johnson. Clearly Philadelphia, which reportedly did its homework on Bennett ahead of the trade, wasn’t deterred and has since made its defense even better.
Bennett was gracious in his parting comments – who would be pissed getting traded to a contender instead of somewhere like Cleveland.
As for the Seahawks? They are losing an impact player but let someone else deal with this racist garbage:
So…. this is out on April 3rd and it's spectacular. @mosesbread72 delivers both honesty and the funny like no one I've met in sports. The foreword by @MartysaurusRex will slay you. Preorder here. #Seahawks https://t.co/DRKJDVGPVA pic.twitter.com/MMDeUnkRc2
— Dave Zirin (@EdgeofSports) January 29, 2018
The fumigation of the Seattle locker room is expected to continue with loudmouth cornerback Richard Sherman also on the trading block.