Why? Because of his play or because of his stance on gay rights?
For selfishly highjacking the team to promote individual political issues (any issues).
First he tweets stupid bulletin board material (and the coach makes him issue an apology) which of course, is not accepted (damage done) and now this.
btw, he rarely makes a good special team tackle.
cut this selfish special teams wannabe
it's the Super Bowl celebration of the league and teams
don't care about hearing any player's political stands on guns, gay rights, family values...
Couldn't agree more. This guy is a mediocre special teams player at best and his constant political propoganda is completely out of place and unneccessary from a football player. You want to tell people what they should and should not accept? fine, become a politician! Ozzie needs to give this bum his pink slip next monday
But if Ayanbadejo got cut tomorrow I wouldn't care. The guy couldn't keep his mouth shut before the New England game and now he seems to be preoccupying his time with nonsense again.
He had a great game recently, has everyone forgotten about that? He helped us win the game. I forget which one it was, but he was kicking butt.
I think he should be cut for his ani-bullying stance. Dominant people have every right to bully the weak. I actually think bullies should beat on gays. And if any Ravens player witnesses it they should completely ignore it. This is the Super Bowl we are talking about here. It is way more important than bullying, human rights or any other stupid political issues.
He should concentrate on only thinking about and talking about football. There is no way he can do his job on Super Bowl Sunday if he does not devote every second of his life from now until then on football. Just like everyone else in the world must devote every second of their life to their job or they too will be a failure.
Cut the bum. Nevermind he is 14th in the league in special teams tackles and leads the Ravens for the 3rd time out of 6 full seasons with the team. He hates bullies and likes gays. That is enough for me.
This won't be a distraction, any more than anything else that happens on media day will be a distraction.
rgh, well done my friend. Matt Birk has also been vocal against Gay rights so according to the rest of you he too should be cut, although I would look at his recent play. If we look at recent play than Matt is gone and Brendan stays.
Don't know about the rest of you but I like to have something like football to escape from all the other BS that goes on with our daily lives.
I don't care how he feels about social issues as I don't get base my feeling on what a professional player in any league thinks. Then again if I saw him come on tv talking about this I would just turn the channel.
As I have said before, he runs his mouth far to much for a guy who does so little.
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