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Former NFL Player and WNPV Sports Host Talks About Bullying

The highly publicized problems in the Miami Dolphins locker room concerning Jonathan Martin’s accusations that his teammate, Richie Incognito, bullied and harassed him was the subject of conversation Wednesday on comment please by Univest. Now, former Philadelphia Eagle, Sean Andrews, is pointing the finger at Donovan McNabb, saying that the birds former signal caller, bullied him and spread rumors about him. Former NFL player and member of WNPV sports broadcasts, Raheem Brock says, he experienced it, but considers it to be a part of the NFL culture

“When I was a rookie I Hugh Douglas and Corey Simon and all of those guys talking trash about me. I just took it and learned.”

Brock was drafted by the eagles, but ended up playing the  for the Colts. Brock remembers that the fastest way to end the taunting was to have good practices and good games. McNabb has denied bullying Andrews, who played for the eagles from 2004 to 2010. Andrews suffered through injuries during his career and was treated for depression.

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