No, Josh Norman, ‘bestiality’ is not a good way to describe your style of play

Monday November 7th, 2016

Hey, public speaking is hard, and it’s even harder when you’ve got a dozen people shoving cameras and microphones in your face. So you can forgive Josh Norman for making an extremely unfortunate slip of the tongue while addressing reporters on Monday. 

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Actually, wait a second, you learn something new every day. Bestiality has more than one meaning! It also means “a cruel and violent quality,” in addition to the more well-known, unsavory definition. 

Still, it’s probably not a good idea to play cruelly and violently, especially when you got called for five penalties in your last game.

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