Chester Pitts, Raheem Brock Use Lockout Downtime to Fake Prank Call Roger Goodell


May 10, 2011

The boredom of the NFL lockout has made everyone a little stir crazy, and a couple of Seahawks used their down time to have a little fun, Jerky Boys-style minus the laughter.

Guard Chester Pitts and defensive end Raheem Brock created a video in which they pulled off a series of fake prank calls to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, who did not appear on the video.

Pitts acted as DeMaurice Smith during the first call, saying, "We're there, ready to get a deal done, but this is what we want. It's real simple, real easy. Roger, we just want to be loved. Real love. We want you to legalize player-owner marriage."

Pitts also pulled off a Barack Obama impression, ending one call by telling Goodell to "stop being a douche."

In one of Brock's calls, he said, "Roger, what we want is simple. All we want is 16 games during the regular season, and then we want the footballs made of solid dark chocolate."

Shake your head if you will. Laugh if you must. But more than anything, use the video as the latest example that life is better without a lockout.

See the entire video below.

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