The treatment of Brett Favre by Coach Eric Mangini and the New York Jets organization has gone over the line, according to NRA President John C. Sigler. “We have had the right to bear arms for over 200 years, and I’ll be damned if we’re going to sit idly by and watch this classless organization walk all over the 2nd Amendment,” stated Sigler at a Friday morning press conference, following the Jets 34-31 overtime victory over the New England Patriots.
In public, Mangini has only commented on Favre’s poor blackjack play, briefly commenting “You talk through it. You just stress, don’t hit on 20, like, sometimes, it’s OK to stay and see what the dealer has.” Behind closed doors however, The NRA contends that Mangini has used his authority to deny Favre the right to own and use firearms.
Against the Patriots, Favre didn’t sling a single gun all night, leading some to believe that Favre has agreed to the situation. Sigler however, won’t be buying in to Mangini’s plan anytime soon. “We will still sling guns from our cold, dead, hands — in Green Bay anyway.”
Brett Favre was unavailable for comment.
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