Posts Tagged ‘Leodis McKelvin

16
Sep
09

Buffalo Fans Wreck Players Lawn in Revenge

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As if things weren’t bad enough for Leodis McKelvin, after losing a fumble directly leading to the Patriots scoring the winning touchdown, when he returned to his home Tuesday in suburban Buffalo he found it vandalized by unhappy fans. On his lawn they spray-painted an obscenity, a giant phallus and the final score for the game 25-24.

Bills linebacker Kawika Mitchell was not amused and on his Twitter wrote: “W/ all the safety issues n the NFL its not funny at all. We have Fam at our homes to protect. If u show ur face on my prop Ill make sure I do everythin to keep my Fam safe.”

“Its my job to protect my home as it is the job of all home owners. Dont push the limit,” Mitchell wrote.

C’mon Bills fans, you know better than this. It’s a long season, if you’re going to vandalize the players homes after EVERY loss local hardware stores in the Buffalo area are going to run out of spray-paint very quickly. Besides, you’re taking spray-paint away from teenagers who want to do REAL vandalism.

And huffers, won’t anyone think of the huffers?!!?

[Democrat and Chronicle]

17
Oct
08

Who Says Buffalo Doesn’t Have Style

I can’t believe that the Buffalo Bills have been having a hard time financially, with high budget sponsors like this, there is no reason why they should even need to consider games in Toronto. Here is Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin doing a local ad for a sports memorabilia store and the production values alone should be marveled at. I’m fairly certain McKelvin received in the high 7 figures for this ad.

I really REALLY appreciate the t-shirts with each man’s name on it, otherwise I’d be totally bewildered as to which one was Dave and which Adam. Thanks guys!




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