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Arizona Cardinals safety Kerry Rhodes likes winning football games. With Arizona trailing 7-6 and the Jets on the brink of scoring a late touchdown, Rhodes tried to convince teammate Darnell Dockett that the only way they could win was if they let New York score so their offense could get the ball back. Darnell Dockett was not on board with this plan.
This morning, Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett tweeted a funny little story about how he almost accidentally brought his gun to work (work being practice for the NFL team he plays for). This afternoon, Mr. Dockett went back on Twitter to clear a few things up.
The reaction to that tweet you see above seemed to be “Did a prominent NFL player really just admit to almost bringing his gun to work today?” Thankfully, Darnell Dockett cleared up the confusion with his subsequent tweet. Thanks, Darnell!
Summertime, with occasional exceptions, is relatively uneventful. This can be a good thing – and sometimes, that there’s just not much to talk about. The Cardinals’ Darnell Dockett is here to fix that potential problem.
Several fans ran onto the field during last night’s NFL All-Star game, and the players loved it, particularly Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett.
Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett, who is no stranger to saying crazy things on Twitter, tweeted last night that Eagles quarterback Michael Vick was “doing so good, he got dogs cheering for him.”