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Dominic Raiola, Detroit Lions Center, Caught on Tape Telling Dolphins Fans To Suck His D***

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As if taking a kick to the nuts from the horrific Detroit Lions wasn't bad enough, a few fans got a little cherry on top of their Sunday turd sandwich courtesy Dominic Raiola, the Lions' center. As he strutted through the tunnel, he offered the Sun Life crew a witty riposte: "Suck my dick!" he screamed.

But jokes on you, Dominic! Quick-thinking Dolphans caught the outburst on tape and probably ensured a nice end-of-the year league deduction from Raiola's paycheck.

None of this will make Dolphins fans feel much better about the end of the Chad Henne Era, a crushingly bad finale about on par with the end of Seinfeld or the Sopranos (depending on your Journey feelings) and could mean the end of Tony Sparano.

But roll the tape anyway, son:

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