The NFL found a way to clown the guy who had Roger Goodell described as a clown.
The league announced Friday that it is preventing Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy from watching a "Monday Night Football" game with Goodell in the commissioner's "Fan Cave", despite Portnoy making the winning offer of $ 250,000. for the privilege during the league's April Draft-A. -Thon for relief COVID-19.
League spokesman Brian McCarthy (by SportsBusiness Daily) said Portnoy failed a necessary background check, citing several incidents of trespassing at the league's New York offices and at a Super Bowl event and posting a nude photo of Tom Brady's two-year-old son.
Portnoy, responding on Friday night from a channel, called Goodell a "coward".
"We knew it was going to happen. You have cowards, mega cowards and then Roger Goodell," said Portnoy. "Don't let me win and show up … you don't have to do the research on me. You have a file the size of (it looked like it was going to say" Niagara Falls ")."
While he continued to stroke his ego and his "brain", Portnoy closed cursing the commish.
"F- you, Roger Goodell. By the way, don't do charities and let the guy win who you don't want to win. That's up to you."
Portnoy, a diehard patriotic fan, was publicly furious with Goodell since Deflategate. His biggest power play was making t-shirts showing an illustration of Goodell using the clown nose.
"He can't be the funny type, oh, wear a clown shirt, he can't do that," Portnoy said on Friday in his response to being rejected by the league. "He's the least funny human ever, he's a man, he's a puppet and a coward, and that proves it."
According to SBD, the league will distribute $ 250,000 of its own money equally among the nonprofit organizations it worked with during the draw, and that a "worthy frontline worker" will replace Portnoy in the interview with Goodell. The report also said that Portnoy was informed that his credit card would not be charged for the offer.