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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Darnell Dockett: I would have gotten Katherine Webb if I really wanted her, but I like ‘hood chicks’

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When Katherine Webb gained national fame after ESPN’s Brent Musburger drooled over her during the BCS National Championship Game, Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett was one of the first people to hit on her. Dockett tweeted his phone number at Webb and claimed it was supposed to be a direct message. Now, he says it was all just a joke.

During an interview with Bickley and MJ on XTRA Sports 910 in Phoenix on Wednesday, Dockett insisted he would have gotten Webb if he actually wanted her. The problem is she’s not his type. Wait until you hear what is.

“It’s not that serious,” Dockett explained, via Sports Radio Interviews. “I was just laughing at people responding because people were really thinking that I was gonna put my number on Twitter. … Anybody that knows Darnell Dockett — the real me, not just the football player, not just the guy you see on TV — anyone that knows me personally knows there is never a dull moment in my life. I’m always excited. I’m always thinking of the next gimmick, the next trick.

“And I would have got her if I really wanted her. But I don’t think she’s my type. I’m not into the thinner girls and the modelling thing like that. I like hood chicks. I like girls with a couple stab wounds, bullet holes, been knocked up a few times. … I like girls who, you know, have bad credit when they’re 21.”

This guy never runs out. He also added that he simply wanted to take Webb out to see a few strippers and show her the world outside of Alabama so she can “appreciate what she’s doing.” As we said before, Dockett loves to mess with people. He recently had a field day with all the Manti Te’o stuff, so it’s no surprise that he had to get himself involved when Webb became a nationally-recognized star.

Don’t worry, AJ McCarron — you’re safe for now. Dockett doesn’t want your girl.



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