During a Monday night football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots, one fan found themselves not being able to stay to the end of the game as cameras caught a guy being arrested and ejected from Arrowhead Stadium.
There was talk of the fan being ejected because he was sporting an anti-Roger Goodell shirt. Barstool president Dave Portnoy re-posted the video Monday night with the caption, “Goodell is Hitler.”
The NFL has previously banned certain Barstool employees from NFL events and the two sides have not been on good terms since the deflategate fiasco.
Despite the caption on the video, the shirt had nothing to do with the fan being ejected.
“I can confirm, the ejection had nothing to do with the shirt the fan was wearing,” the rep told us.
The team wouldn’t give us specifics about why the fan was tossed — only saying he “violated the team’s fan code of conduct” and “it had nothing to do with the shirt.”
As you might remember, that clown Roger Goodell shirt was even worn by New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton after the infamous blown non-P.I. call in the NFC title game in 2019 that cost the team a trip to the Super Bowl.
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