Ron Jaworski Apologizes for Saying "Shit" on Air During Last Night's Dolphins Game
Miami Dolphins fans certainly had a lot to curse about during last night's game, though few of us had the duties of announcing the game live on television. ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski, a former Dolphins player, officially turned the broadcast into a shit show when he let out the four-letter expletive while reacting to Chad Henne's play.
"Shit, you have to get rid of this ball just a split second quicker," Jaworski said.
Of course, he's now apologized.
"A little earlier in the show when Chad Henne was making a throw, I said an inappropriate word. I want to apologize, and I hope I didn't offend anyone," he said.
Jaworski was briefly a Dolphins quarterback. He was a backup for Dan Marino in the 1987 and 1988 seasons.
As of press time, the Dolphins' defense has not apologized for playing like shit.
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