Anybody famous should have a proper “weed carrier,” but Cris Carter took it to a whole new level, publicly. The Hall of Fame receiver told NFL rookies at a 2014 symposium to make sure they have a “fall guy” in case they ever get in legal trouble.
While wearing his Hall of Fame jacket, Carter told them:
“Y’all not gonna all do the right stuff. I gotta teach yall how to get around all this stuff too. If you gonna have a crew, one of them fools got to know he going to jail.”
In an interview with ESPN, Chris Borland, who retired because of concussions, mentioned that a veteran player told them to get a fall guy so they could skirt legal trouble. It appears that player was Carter, with Warren Sapp by his side. Sapp is probably not who the NFL wants modeling behavior for rookies, since he was recently charged with domestic violence.
The NFL pulled the video of Carter’s commentary, but we know you can’t wipe anything from the Internets.
Watch below. Also, Warren Sapp, who allegedly gave his girlfriend a concussion, giving advice to rooking about making proper life choices is comical, at best.