Former TE takes an immature shot at Ray Lewis

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Not cool!

The often hilarious Deadspin site has made an autograph of former Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Pete Mitchell public. Mitchell signed a picture, “Ryan, This is what it looks like to be chased by a murderer!!” with an image of him being chased by Ray Lewis. Not only was Lewis never convicted of any murders, he has been more than a model citizen ever since. It’s actually a shame that someone who was supposed to be a “professional” took shots at a fellow player over ten years after being somewhat relevant in the NFL.

Playing most of his seven year career in Jacksonville and Detriot, Mitchell probably has plenty of pent up frustration – but this is absolutely ridiculous.

One thing is for sure, Mitchell will not be welcomed anywhere in Baltimore – that is if anyone actually can even recognize who he is.

Enjoy your additional 15 minutes of fame Pete, it’ll get you more attention than the pathetic 15 touchdowns you scored in 114 career games.

15 Raves on “Former TE takes an immature shot at Ray Lewis

  1. Eric on said:

    The best part of the story is that Pete Mitchell still has to look in the mirror and realize he is Freggin Pete Mitchell. lmao

  2. paulie on said:

    So what is the biggest difference
    between Pete Mitchell and Ray Lewis?
    Only way Pete gets into Canton is to buy a ticket . . .

  3. John on said:

    Kris,

    You seriously think Pete Michell signed that photo within the past 2 years and sent it into Deadspin himself for “15 minutes of fame?” Wow, that is some incredible journalism.

    He probably signed it in the early 2000′s as a joke for a friend and never thought it would see the light of day. Was it a cheap shot? Sure. Poor Taste? Definitely. But man, you are just making us Ravens fans look bad by being so butthurt about it. Best move would have been to give it the publicity it deserves: zero.

    I know it’s a slow newsday before Memorial Day Weekend but please, don’t let RSR sink to the level of Barstool Sports and Bleacher Report.

    • Matt on said:

      No, what makes Ravens fans “look bad” is when one of them uses the juvenile and mind-numbingly boorish term “butthurt.” What are you, six years old?

    • paulie on said:

      Did you get a ‘different copy’ of this article than I did John?
      I’m reading absolutely nothing about Mitchell signing this recently or about him sending it to Deadspin himself.
      BTW – The “joke’ was if possible, even more offensive in it’s “early 2000′s” context than it is now.
      Also fail to see how running this story either diminishes or or elevates RSR in any way. It’s way more ‘later for you fool’ amusement than ‘butthurt’ (did you really say that? I’m embarrassed for you).
      Lighten up! You really need to get a sense of humor.

      • Joe C on said:

        hey Paulie and Matt stick to the subject which is the article, who really cares about the word butthurt? Kris made a good point and you idiots chime in on a single word, the difference between an adult and a child is the adult knows when to be quiet!! Go Ravens Biatch

  4. Middle River Terp on said:

    If Mitchell hadn’t flown threw that Jet Wash, Goose would still be alive. Not so sure he should be calling anyone a murdered. He orphaned Goose’s son. (Top Gun Reference, because no one knew Pete Mitchell was a TE)

  5. Hollywood24 on said:

    Whether it’s true or not, Ravens haters and Ray Lewis haters have always been convinced in their minds tjat RL52 is a murderer or a snitch, or that he paid off the judge. If it’s true what Pete Mitchell was said to have done, then maybe he needs a clue and another 15 minutes of fame…ijs!

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