Crazed Fan Gets The Smack Down

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According to Livesteez, James Bradie assaulted some crazy fan and broke his bifocals yesterday:

After a disappointing season-ending loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys were met with angry fans outside the team’s training facility, and at least one armed with a picket sign that apparently went too far.

The fan wore a sandwich board that read “Cowboys have no heart’ on one side and “Wade is an embarrassment to the star” on the other, according to ESPN’s Ed Werder. Linebacker Bradie James spotted it while driving outside of the facility and immediately took offense.

According to ESPN, he stopped his vehicle and demanded the fan give him the sign. When the man refused, James removed it from him, breaking the man’s eyeglasses in the process. Linebacker Bradie James said the fan was blocking him from leaving the team’s training facility. “I almost ran him over with my car,” James, a team captain and vocal leader, said. “I said, ‘Man, I’m getting ready to hit you with the car; you’re just in the way.’

“He was like, ‘Why didn’t you guys have that fire last night! You should’ve showed that much heart last night!’ So the next thing you know, I’m just ripping that sign off of him. He said that I broke his glasses, so I went and gift-wrapped some Oakleys, and he got something out of the deal.”

Both parties were taken into the Cowboys’ offices and after a discussion, no charges were filed. The fan was disgusted by the team’s 44-6 loss to Philadelphia, which eliminated the team from playoff contention. “I told him, ‘I share your same frustrations. But where we differ is I wouldn’t go to anybody’s job, especially not up here with 300-pound guys, trying to tell them what they didn’t do right.'”

These sports fanatics are hilarious. Lol at dude getting run up on by a massive linebacker. He probably tinkled a little in his shorts behind that sh*t.

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