It looks like the Puncey twins are ready for a potential strike to happen in the National Football League.
Chargers center Mike Pouncey took to social media and stated that he and other veterans will be creating a separate strike fund to help players get through a season without football.
“We are in the process of drawing up another fund to help in the wake of this 2021 strike,” Pouncey said on Instagram. “I myself @mikepouncey and @russellokung are all putting up 250k apiece along with a lot of other vet players stay tuned!!”
Mike’s video is a far cry from what how his brother opposed to the CBA and a profanity-laced tirade.
“Man, this s—‘s so f—ing crazy man. I vote no,” Pouncey said. “F— that s—. Our NFLPA, the dudes at the top, the leaders, man that s— is all f—ing bulls—. F— that, they ain’t looking out for the best of the players. If y’all want my vote, the Pouncey twins vote no.
“If any player on any one of our teams, if y’all are hurting for rent money or anything while we’re going through this lockout, call us. We’ve got way more money than what they had back in the day. We ain’t got to worry about that. All the vets on each team, stand the f— up. Stand up and show these guys that we care about them. Man I care about all you young players. I love you guys to death. I ain’t going to let y’all down. Trust and believe.
“They’re trying to sign a bulls— a– deal, just so these motherf—ers can sit there and the president can smile and say they got something done. You didn’t get s— done.”
The proposed CBA between the NFL and NFLPA has sparked fierce controversy among fans, media, and players, with the final vote due this week by some 2,100 players currently on NFL rosters.