Good Morning, Broncos fans! Hey, y'all remember when current NFL employee Deion Sanders accused ex-players suing the league over head injuries of making a dishonest money grab?
Turns out that more than two years prior to his SB 47 pregame show comments, Neon Deion had filed a workers' compensation claim in California over head injuries he claims to have suffered while playing for the Cowboys.
Think about that for a moment.
It's almost impossible to believe, no matter one's opinion of Deion Sanders.
Granted, Deion has always been full of shit.
But this is hypocrisy at its most brazen. Honestly, I don't even think it's worth getting into all of the lurid angles of this story. There are no gray areas here, no subtleties.
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