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(AUDIO) Brad Culpepper: It’s Eat or be Eaten in an NFL Locker Room

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Former Buccaneers defensive lineman and current attorney Brad Culpepper joined Booger and Rich to share his perspective on Richie Incognito and the Wells Report that was released on Friday.

Culpepper said the locker room is an eat or be eaten society. Stuff like what we’ve seen with Incognito happens. If someone senses a weaknesses, they will stick it to you and will push you until you get better or leave.

Culpepper said it is a microcosm of society if you eliminate women. The locker room is politically incorrect. Culpepper himself said he can’t talk now in his law firm like he did back then. However, he said his law partner Brett Kurland and him have a relationship where they can be politically incorrect with each other.

If someone came to Culpepper and genuinely told him the teasing was getting to them, he would respect that. It seemed like Incognito and Martin were just going back and forth with each other. Martin may have even enabled Incognito by keeping his issues to himself.

Culpepper said he is the man he is today because things went for and against him in the locker room.

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