Athletes say the most horrifying things

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Athletes say the most horrifying things

By Mary Paoletti
CSNNE.com

ANNOUNCER: Today on "Athletes Say the Most Horrifying Things:" Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis!

BILL COSBY: Ray, why don't you tell us what you recently said in an ESPN interview about the growing number of NFLers who have been arrested this offseason.

LEWIS: "Do this research if we don't have a season -- watch how much evil, which we call crime, watch how much crime picks up, if you take away our game."

COSBY: Bites knuckles Oh, mygoodness. You just used the word "evil," didn't you. That's pretty frightening, big guy! Now, Ray, why do you think NFL players will continue to commit crimes if the lockout continues?

LEWIS: "There's nothing else to do."

AUDIENCE gasps.

COSBY: To the crowd Isn't that just the most horrifying thing you've heard all day?

AUDIENCE roars assent. Applauds.

LEWIS: Well, it's true.

COSBY: You know? I actually believe you and that might be the scariest thing of all.

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