Vantaze Burphy, a raider ranger, refused to talk to reporters after stopping 12 games, ending his 2019 season after just four games. Following the outrageous non-football act that ended the Browns' defensive end and ended Miles Gareth's 10-game season, Burfict's name immediately emerged, largely in comparison to Garrett.
And that was enough to cause Burfict to break his silence.  "This fight happened last night and my name appears everywhere," Burwick told Vic Tafur of TheAthletic.com. "Come on, bro. It is always a bad picture to be painted. It is never for me to go to Ronald McDonald's home to help the children. It is always negative. So I only give two f – ks. Excuse my language. ,,, They tell me to go talk to the media and change your image, but what has been done is done. I can't change anyone's opinion. "
Burffitt is looking for a fundamental difference between the basis of his suspension and the basis of Gareth.
" The NFL had to stop somebody for this last night because it was not a football act, "Burfitt told Tafur." it was a football act. I hit somebody.
Burfitt still believes it shouldn't have been stopped.
"It was nonsense," said Barfict. "I was making a football game. I could see if it was a fine or something, but not a suspension, let alone for the whole season. It looks like there was a target on my head. I mean there was always a target in my head
Burffict is right, but stopping him is the culmination of a career full of football games that violate the rules of football. He still refuses to accept it.
In that sense, Burffict never says he was warned that his next rule violation would be what wiped him out because of the balance of the season and essentially terminated his career. "I see other players make the same kind of game every day. It was a witch hunt. They were watching everything I was doing. They watched 171 of my plays this year. Tell me, if you have watched 171 plays on this Chargers player, what is Thomas Davis's name? Go witch to hunt him. "
And insofar as Burffict had any hope of returning next year, his decision to direct the offense of rhythmic witches to the man running the sport probably killed him.
"I met Roger Goodell in New York and he was a total b-point," Burfitt said. "He was b-point. He didn't let anyone talk, he rushed us in and left the meeting. The meeting was nonsense.
Burffict also believes that Derrick Brooks, who confirmed the termination of the 12th game on appeal, had decided in advance to take into account that he was not interested in any of the evidence presented by Burfict, from his pure plays to the testimony teammate Derek Carr.
"That meant a lot to me, but the NFL didn't give an af-k for this sh-t," Burfit said of Carr's role at the hearing. "Derek Carr, my man, told his piece about being a captain and a great teammate, not a dirty player, and Derrick Brooks almost cut him off. He said we appreciate you coming on the call, but they didn't need Derek Carr to confirm for me. ,,, Brooks has already made up his mind. They notify me before I wake up the next day. They did not even enter the office, made coffee and discussed it for a few minutes. "
Burfit spent more than a few minutes unloading anything and everything on Vic Tuffur on Friday, and the clear experience is that Burfict won't be back next year – and based on things he said he obviously didn't want to be.