Vontaze Burfict must want his career to be over, because calling out a commissioner is not a good way to get back into his good graces.
The Oakland Raiders linebacker was speaking to The Athletic’s Vic Tafur and he did not mince words when he referred to Roger Goodell as a “total b—h” when the two met in New York and the commissioner upheld his 12-game suspension for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle.
“He was a b—h,” Burfict said. “He didn’t let anybody speak; he rushed us in and out of the meeting. The meeting was bulls–t. He already had the suspension in his hand.”
Burfict said he showed a video of his clean plays and dirty plays made against him that weren’t flagged that he didn’t even retaliate for.
“They didn’t give a f–k about that s–t,” he said.