Eagles Wide Receiver Riley Cooper wants to ‘fight every N*GGER!

Eagles Wide Receiver Riley Cooper wants to ‘fight every N*GGER here’ (Video)
I’m so disappointed in this idiot! Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper, who many are looking at to replace injured Jeremy Maclin, was caught on camera yelling that he will fight “every [N-Word]” at a recent Kenny Chesney concert.
Michael Vick empathized when wide receiver Riley Cooper apologized to him during a 15-minute conversation Wednesday night, and then to teammates, for using a racial slur after a confrontation with an African-American security guard during a Kenny Chesney concert in June.

"What if your son or daughter made a mistake of this factor? How would you want people to perceive it? I've been there before,'' said Vick, who made the most of his second chance with the Eagles after serving a 21-month sentence for his role in a dog-fighting ring.

"Him being my brother, knowing him for so long, it's hard to defend him saying that. At the same, time, it happened. We talked about it man to man, one on one. We just know that we have to some way move on. It's a very delicate situation. But we all understand. Somehow we all have to find a way to get past it. That's maturity in itself.'' However Next on Vick's agenda is a man-to-man talk with his outspoken younger brother, Marcus, who put a Twitter bounty on Cooper, offering $1,000 to the "first Free Safety or Strong safety that light his (butt) up! Wake him up please."
Marcus Vick later deleted the tweet, but his brother was still upset with the meddling in a team issue.
"People on the outside world who don't know how we're dealing with it, they're going to voice their own opinion,'' Vick said. "But my brother has to not show a certain level of ignorance himself.

"I don't agree with what my brother is saying. Riley is still my teammate. And he just stood in front of us as a man and apologized for what he said. And somewhere deep down, you have to find some level of respect for that. Riley wished he never said it.''
The video is below!

However Eagle owner Jeffrey Lurie has spoken to him and “disciplined” him whatever that may be. Now NFT Commissioner Goodell has yet to offer his punishment to Cooper. Dude you get your “ish” together you’re a part of my squad and us Eagles fans don’t have time for that ish!

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