The jury’s out on whether or not Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was being a sore loser when he walked out of a post-Super Bowl press conference this past weekend, but Bill Romanowski has certainly made his ruling against the NFL MVP clear.
Following the incident, the four-time Super Bowl champion called Cam “boy” in a tweet that has since been deleted. It originally read: “You’ll never last in the NFL with that attitude. The world doesn’t revolve around you, boy! #CamNewton.”
Though Bill apologized for what many dubbed an extremely racist remark, he hasn’t learned his lesson yet. During a pre-Super Bowl interview, he spoke on how he would stop Cam if he was still in the league, and his comment was more violent than most might’ve guessed.
Bill, a linebacker who was once voted the fifth dirtiest player in NFL history, said: “I’d hit him as hard as I possibly could, and probably at the bottom of the pile, I’d try to get him by the neck, and choke him…” He follows up with: “Hopefully he can’t breathe for a long time.”
Watch the interview just above and let us know your thoughts.
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