Fred Smoot appears to be turning a negative into a positive, by throwing a “party for a purpose” — a charity event on a boat in Alexandria, Va., themed after the infamous 2005 Vikings Love Boat Scandal.
In nine seasons in the NFL, Fred Smoot developed quite the reputation as a smack talker. So, it’s no surprise he’s giving Richard Sherman two thumbs up.
Fred Smoot gave the most detailed account ever told on-record of the 2005 Minnesota Vikings love boat scandal Thursday, virtually outlining every detail, and how the story blew up into a media nightmare.
While sitting in with the Junkies Friday, Fred Smoot recalled a hospital visit in Dallas, during which he was accompanied through the night by Redskins’ owner Daniel Snyder.
Fred Smoot unveiled who should be coaching the Redskins, and it’s not Mike Shanahan, and the GM shouldn’t be Bruce Allen. Basically, RGIII wins the Shanahan-RGIII tug-of-war.
Fred Smoot heard Steve Smith proudly assert that he ruined Smoot’s career, to which he responded, Steve Smith is a liar … and he’s soft … and he’s a bully.
An audio clip recently surfaced of Fred Smoot in which his pronounced southern drawl helps him pronounce the word “snippet” as “schnipplet.” It’s quite possibly the single greatest audio clip of Fred that’s ever been recorded, and for Fred, that’s saying something, or at least a schnipplet of something.
Former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook had a good old-fashioned ‘my generation is better than yours’ rant Thursday, when conversing with old division rival Fred Smoot about the current state of the NFC East, and how soft it’s become.
In light of Albert Haynesworth ripping the Redskins organization, Fred Smoot came to his former teammate’s aid Thursday, saying he can relate to playing for a team he’s not wanted on, and even declined to dismiss Haynesworth as being a “bust” during his time in Washington.
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