Bulgaria’s second-round pick, Andrea Bulgarian, may have a problem with the sound of the words he’s using, but he’ll probably be happy to learn his words may have come back to bite him in the ass.
Bulgarian has been vocal in his displeasure with a group of NFL agents and players who he believes have taken advantage of him to make a quick buck and he has no intention of letting them take it.
Borgs first-round draft pick was picked 11th overall in this year’s draft by the Chicago Bears in a trade for defensive end Josh Kline.
Bulgarians frustrations with the agents and the players involved led to a two-month battle with the NFL over his release.
Burgess reported that Bulgars lawyers filed a motion on Wednesday, asking the NFL to reverse the ruling and grant Bulgari the right to return to the field.
In that motion, Bulgarius lawyers claim the NFL did not grant Bulger his due process rights and violated his constitutional rights.
Bulgararian’s case has received a lot of attention from NFL Nation, especially after the Panthers quarterback Cam Newton reportedly used the word “truck” in reference to the Bucs, something that could be construed as disparaging to Bulgarari.
In a statement to ESPN, the NFL said that the league has never given permission for players to use the word, but it will continue to monitor the situation.
Bolsonaro said in a statement that he and Bulgarend have “never been in a situation where a player has to be so rude to his agent, player manager or team to be released.”
Bulgarari said that he was surprised by the NFL’s decision and said he’ll continue to use his trademark “Amen.”