Former Florida star Channing Crowder tells NFL Films he peed on himself during every game

Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder, left, warms up before an NFL football game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass., Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011.

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Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder, left, warms up before an NFL football game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass., Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011. (Associated Press)

Just in case anyone thought the Miami Dolphins weren't having an embarrassing enough problem off the field with the Jonathan Martin/Richie Incognito mess, word has leaked out about a mess of an entirely different nature.

Former Florida star Channing Crowder, who made various All-American and All-SEC teams while with the Gators, opened up about a hidden piece of information about himself during an interview with NFL Films on a segment they were doing on trivia about players.

While former Tennessee star Peyton Manning revealed that he “gleeks,” and former Ole Miss star Eli Manning revealed that he can juggle, fellow SEC alum Crowder chose to reveal that he peed on himself.

During games.

In fact, during every game he played in a six-year NFL career, according to Crowder.

No, seriously.

You can read the story at Awful Announcing by clicking here

You can watch the YouTube video of Crowder talking about his, umm, “talent” by clicking here

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Comments » 5

Dickattrade writes:

Little short on news today??

gc_scvol writes:

Some things we just don't need to know. TMI

BrassMonkey writes:

I will probably pee on myself the next time UT beats Florida. Hard to believe it has been an entire decade. It will either be through pure excitement or the fact that I have grown so old I just can't hold it anymore.

TommyJack writes:

Epic reporting.

murrayvol writes:

Just wait til you're my age Mr. Crowder.

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