Twitter Reacts to Anthony Hargrove's Bountygate Interview

Nick Kostora@@nickkostoraContributor IIIDecember 9, 2012

NEW ORLEANS, LA - OCTOBER 31: Anthony Hargrove #69 of the New Orleans Saints celebrates a play during the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Louisiana Superdome on October 31, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Matthew Sharpe/Getty Images)
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The latest swerve in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal comes from Anthony Hargrove and his recent interview on CBS' The NFL Today.

Hargrove and his agent, Phil Williams, both stated on the program that a settlement had been denied by the payers involved, and Hargrove went on to say that "We never got money to injure anyone."

Twitter was quick to react to the interview and formulate opinions on Hargrove's alleged inclusion in a pay-to-injure program.

Let's look at some of the highlights:

 

Anthony Hargrove denied strongly any bounty program, pointed out inconsistencies in case, said he would accept no settlement on NFL TODAY

— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) December 9, 2012

 

Anthony Hargrove is a strong man. Guilty or not in the bounty saga, he has dealt with a lot in his career, still strong in his conviction.

— Tom Mantzouranis (@themantz) December 9, 2012

 

James Brown did a 5-star job grilling Anthony Hargrove on Bountygate.

— John Dennis (@JohnDennisWEEI) December 9, 2012

That's a heck of a job interviewing Anthony Hargrove by James Brown. #grilled #props #nfl

— Greg Joyce (@GJoyce9) December 9, 2012

 

@ochocuatro PPL say he's innocent when they have him on audio/video?! Anthony Hargrove's excuse "that wasn't me talking?!" Who else said it?

— Cindy K. (@DOG_CHIEFLOVER) December 9, 2012

 


 

It is painful to watch Anthony Hargrove on CBS blatantly lie about bounty gate. Terrible. I will forever hate the saints over all 32

— Kyle Phernetton (@Ochocuatro) December 9, 2012

 

Did anyone else sense the awkwardness amongst Anthony Hargrove, JB & Anthony's agent in that interview about bounties? #TheNFLToday

— Renee McDowell (@ReneeMcDowell) December 9, 2012

 

AnthonyHargrove....you are a terrible liar....this CBS interview just made believe even more there was a Bounty Program

— Daren(@Dg21) December 9, 2012

 

If Anthony Hargrove is telling the full truth, Roger Goodell should no longer be commissioner. There's zero gray area. None.

— Colin Dunlap (@colin_dunlap) December 9, 2012

 

 

The decision in the case now rests in the hands of former commissioner Paul Tagliabue.