Tim Brown Backpedaling

January 23rd, 2013

Well, well, well. It sure smells like Tim Brown’s lawyers told him, in a manner of speaking, “Shut the hell up.”

The former Raiders receiver, who has been spouting off the past few days that then-Raiders coach Bill Callahan “sabotaged” the Raiders gameplan — in common-speak, this is known as “throwing a game” — so Callahan could hand Chucky and the Bucs a Super Bowl win, is doing major league backpedaling today.

In an interview on “The Dull Patrick Show,” Brown now claims that then-Raiders owner Al Davis “likely” had Callahan change the Raiders gameplan, Brown now claims he never said Callahan “sabotaged” the Raiders!

Talk about talking out of both sides of your mouth!

Clearly, Brown’s lawyers got to him, thankfully. Brown has been spreading so much manure, and is now backtracking big time, Joe seriously thinks Brown should be tested for CTE. He’s crazier than Barrett Robbins.

Below is Brown’s full interview with Dull Patrick.

15 Responses to “Tim Brown Backpedaling”

  1. Andrew 1 Says:


    JobBucsFan 1.5 slim Called this one right


    Macabbe got this one right too.

    good call guys.

  2. Have A Nice Day Says:

    Yeah, that’s right! Sbut the hell up, Mr Brown! Sbut the hell up!

  3. Have A Nice Day Says:

    “It is what it is. But I’m not going to back away from anything I’ve said. I’ve never done that.””

    So much for keepin’ it real lol

  4. MadMax Says:

    Figures…I’ll bet all that talk of him maybe not getting into the HOF had a lot to do with it too.

  5. Meh Says:

    EVERYONE got this right because it is obviously insane.

  6. Tbuc Says:

    Most of Joe’s nicknames for people don’t fit. Like referring to Dominik as a rockstar, but the word dull and Dan Patrick are a perfect match.

  7. AK Says:

    And now,he’s trying to shift the blame to…Al Davis. Coincidentally(or not)Al passed away a little over a yr ago,so he cannot respond. Again,even if Brown brought this up prior to Al’s death,I’d imagine he would have had to answer to him somehow. But hey, Al’s estate cwn now sue you also via proxy,and do you really think Al’s family would miss an opportunity to file a lawsuit and make some $? What a dumbass,lucky for him he’s rich. Too bad he never paid attention in the most remedial college classes,law or not. Congrats to you too,Jerry Rice,on being dumb enough to corroborate this idiot’s story a day before he backpeddled. OOPS!

  8. MadMax Says:

    What the hell is in the drinking water at Notre Dame?

  9. Clintro Says:

    It is absolutely ridiculous for anyone to believe a coach or player would throw the Superbowl because they “liked” the other coach. So few get a chance to play at this level. Absolute BS.

  10. JobBucsFan 1.5 slim Says:

    So now we’ll just blame it all on the dead guy! If I was Al Davis I would re-animate and take that turkey to court!

  11. Sneedy16 Says:

    Slander can cost you a lot of money if you don’t have proof. If Bill Callahan was retired an had nothing going for him then maybe he would of kept going, but he is still coaching and if affected him getting any coaching opportunity. Tim Brown will owe him millions, all he had to say is that Tim’s statement prevented him from landing the job.

  12. Miguel El Magnifico Says:

    “What the hell is in the drinking water at Notre Dame?”

    It’s not water, it’s Goldschlager.

  13. BucFan20 Says:

    What has the reaction from Gruden or any of the former Bucs been?

  14. BucFan20 Says:

    Never mind. Next article came out as I asked.

  15. PRBucFan Says:

    Yea i mentioned two articles that i couldn’t wait to see the Bucs responses.

    Ultimately the players play the game and the Raiders players did this at their highest level.

    They wanted to win as much as anything.

    They lost fair and square. Callahan couldn’t make the players throw the game by simple changing the game plan.