Jonathan Martin sign

Former Miami Dolphin lineman Jonathan Martin met with the NFL for 7 hours on Friday to give testimony about a bullying complaint he made against former Dolphin guard Richie Incognito, Jr.

Whatever the outcome of the investigation, Martin’s reputation as a NFL player — and as a man — will forever be tarnished.

An athlete who plays at the competitive level of the NFL is expected to be a macho Man among men who oozes testosterone through every pore. But, according to one sign that was held aloft on ESPN’s College Gameday Show for millions to see, Martin is one big pu$$y. made an in-depth investigation into how the offensive sign made it on the air.

If you want to get a sign on ESPN’s College GameDay you have to make it through ESPN security. They screen the signs for religious and political messages and, more generally, anything that could be deemed offensive. One sign that fit the criteria for offensive—the “Pussy” sign with Jonathan Martin’s face on it—made it on today’s show. Here’s how.

It’s pretty ingenious, really. They apparently affixed a dummy sign—”Hi Lane”—to the real sign and when security saw yet another Lane Kiffin sign at USC, they likely just waved them right through. Then when they got near the set, they (eventually) Scooby-Doo’d the top sign, revealing the pussy sign. It probably all happened in a matter of seconds—you can see the same Obama sign right next to it—of the cameras panning to that section of the crowd.

It’s just a shame these USC fans used up all their cleverness getting the sign on TV and not on the sign itself.

There’s more…

Jonathan Martin sits when he pees

Jonathan sits when he pees

Jonathan Martin whines more than Taylor Swift

Jonathan whines more than Taylor Swift

Jonathan Martin thought my other sign was too mean

Jonathan sign too mean

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