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Berger Went All Crying Game Scene From Ace Ventura After Walker’s ‘Slobber Moment’
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Dec 18th 2008 4:51PM by Will Brinson (author feed)
Filed under: Ravens, Steelers, NFL Real Talk, NFL RumorsYou know how the old story goes by now — defensive back (Frank Walker) tries to take out kicker (Jeff Reed), so punter/holder (Mitch Berger) gets cheesed and goes after defensive back. In the heat of passion, defensive back spits in punter/holder’s face, punter/holder pushes defensive back, the media freaks out about it and we all live happily ever after.

Or not. See, Walker has finally admitted that he spit in Berger’s mouth. Except — get this — he’s trying to play it off as an accident. Or, a “slobber moment”, if you will.
Frank Walker acknowledged that he spat in the face of Pittsburgh Steelers punter Mitch Berger, but the Ravens’ backup cornerback called it an accident.

“It was just a slobber moment,” Walker said.
Berger, naturally, still isn’t buying this “accidental” business. That’s probably because he was so upset that he spent the next 24 hours basically holding a plunger to his face.
The incident had a lingering effect on Berger.

“I think I kept spitting for 24 hours,” he said. “I kept brushing my teeth. To have another man spit in your mouth like that … it was gross.”
And while I suppose you could twist that as homophobic, I’m going to get Berger’s back here and say that I would probably be doing the same thing. Of course, he’s a punter, so really, this is the most dangerous thing that’s happened to him in like 15 years, but still: you never rub another man’s rhubarb. Or something like that.




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