Philadelphia, PA – After being asked about the upcoming game this Sunday at 4:25 p.m. versus the Dallas Cowboys, his first since leaving the team, DeMarco Murray finally opened up about what it would be like to face the team that decided to not offer him a lucrative contract in the off season.
“I know I’ve been saying it’s not a big deal all week, that it’s just another game, but that’s not really the case if I’m going to be true to myself. I’m tired of taking the high road,” Murray said today after training. “Fuck Jerry Jones and his liver spotted head. You sign Dez Bryant to a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract and he gets hurt in the first week. You two can go fuck each other. I can’t wait to stomp them into the ground. Fuck this shit, I’m going to crush every single one of those pieces of shit on Sunday. This one is going to hurt. I’m going to set that franchise back two decades.”
Dez loves to waterski. And he loves blimps. Who knew?
When The Coggin Toboggan wants to get serious it turns its coverage over to its editor and founder to bring everything to a screeching halt. Goodbye funny, say hello to self pity and depression.
Yesterday, we posted a video to the Toboggan that we purchased for a substantial sum of money that was reportedly the nefarious Dez Bryant video the media has been going crazy over for the past week. We couldn’t tell if it was fake, we couldn’t tell if it was true, so we left it up to our readers to decide.
Will Dez Bryant’s career ever be resurrected following the release of this controversial, disgusting footage?
Earlier today, the Coggin Toboggan was able to purchase the Dez Bryant video that has been teased to the media for the past several days. It was a major coup for our small, fledgling blog, but we believe it will thrust us onto the same stage as Deadspin and ESPN.
After hours of intense negotiation with shady, back alley channels, we purchased the infamous video for a hefty sum.
The video is embedded below.
With all of the rumors floating around the internet about this particular video, the CT editor in chief decided it was imperative to jump on the opportunity to purchase what could be a seminal video in 2015.