No Prejudice Against Stabbing VictimsMay 21st, 2014
It appeared the last straw for receiver Mike Williams under the new Bucs regime was the blade he took in the leg from his brother. The gall of Williams to get sliced by a sibling!
This came on top of the nerve of Williams to burn food on his stove, dabble in rap music, drive his car too fast, and allegedly have a Tempur-Pedic on his front lawn and a stripper pole in his living room.
The man was a clear danger to society — or a fun guy who needed to watch more Food Network and stay away from family.
Regardless, it’s now clear the Bucs have no prejudice against stabbing victims like Williams. One of the two named standouts among the Bucs’ crop of undrafted free agents is Chaz Sutton, the defensive end who played opposite Jadeveon Clowney at South Carolina. Bucs general manager Jason Licht made the proclamation last night on SiriusXM NFL Radio.
During some pre-draft shenanigans, Sutton was stabbed in Manhattan two months ago.
Meanwhile, teammate Charles “Chaz” Sutton, 24, suffered a minor stab wound to his back when a man attacked him on the street about 50 minutes later, sources said.
Cops on patrol saw the scuffle and followed Sutton to the nearby Trump Soho hotel.
Sutton didn’t realize he had been stabbed and refused medical attention, sources said. He claimed he had been at Greenhouse but left to avoid a fight after a dispute with a man who followed him out and attacked him.
Hmmm, Sutton must not have very sensitive skin. That story actually reminded Joe of when former Bucs linebacker Geno Hayes was tased by Tampa cops but was unaffected.
Sutton had three sacks for the Gamecocks last season and five as a pass-rush specialist in 2012.
The other undrafted standout referenced by Licht was defensive tackle Euclid Cummings. Joe’s been telling you to watch out for that guy. Gerald McCoy already has his hooks in Cummings and the Bucs’ coaching staff was on to him weeks ago.