Pat McAfee Hilariously Takes Down NFL After Receiving Insane Letter From Its Lawyer

Former NFL punter Pat McAfee revealed on Monday that he's received a letter from the NFL's lawyer and he's not happy about it.

McAfee set the stage for the news by firing off a few tweets before Wednesday's edition of The Pat McAfee Show.

“I think we, as a show, have done good for the @NFL right?” he wrote, following that up with a tweet saying,  “I think so too. @TroyVincentSr @nflcommish, interesting strategy by you and your offices this morning. Can’t wait to roll out our new style of covering the professional American football league.”

To counter the lawsuit, McAfee and his team will now be using a completely different style of covering the NFL.

“The Professional American Football League will finish its eighth week of its riveting prime-time schedule as the Cincinnati football club travels to Cleveland to take on Cleveland’s football club,” he said.

“A lot of people might be asking, ‘Pat, on this particular Halloween, why are you talking the way that you’re talking about the league that you’ve talked about for the last three years?'” McAfee asked.

“Well, the reason I’m doing so is because even though we currently have a rights deal with NFL Films that costs millions and millions of dollars, we’ve been informed this morning that we are no longer allowed to use any of their logos on any of our graphics,” he said.

“We can still run plays, because we paid not one, not two, not three — over $4 million to be able to do that,” he said.

“It’s been great doing business with you,” he said.

“I’m happy we have covered your league in the way that we have for the last few years,” the former West Virginia University kicker said. “I’m appreciative of the league and everything it’s done. I don’t think we’ve really touched on many subjects that we could’ve dabbled into and I think we’ll do that this offseason, for sure.”

McAfee said the show could begin to talk more about the “things I know a lot about, that my friends know a lot about, like insurance and CTE” — chronic traumatic encephalopathy – “and concussions and everything like that. I think we can find some people to chat about, to learn more about what the NFL should be held accountable for and what they shouldn’t be held accountable for.”

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