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Riley Cooper Apologizes For Using ‘N-Word,’ Michael Vick’s Brother Puts Bounty On Him

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Eagles’ WR Riley Cooper apologized after issuing a racial slur during a Kenny Chesney concert.

“I will jump that fence and fight every n***** here,” Cooper says in a video that started making the rounds late Wednesday.

When the video was picked up by a blogger, and then Deadspin, Cooper quickly took to Twitter to write a barrage of apologies, including, “I am so ashamed and disgusted with myself.”

Watch CBS Sports’ take on the situation here and let us know — Is the apology enough?

Many were not moved by his mea culpa, with Skip Bayless Tweeting “If I ran the Eagles, I would’ve cut Riley Cooper this afternoon.”

And Marcus Vick, brother or Michael Vick, used Twitter to offer a $1,000 bounty to any safety who “lit him up” on the field.

“Wake him up, please,” Vick Tweeted.

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