Jameis Winston Has Signed With the New Orleans Saints to Be Drew Bree’s Backup

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 2 May 2020

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Winston has said that he hopes that when the NFL season starts that the fans will give him a second chance.

NEW ORLEANS – Jameis Winston is one very lucky young man, as the ex-Tampa Bay Buccaneer quarterback has just signed a contract to play for the New Orleans Saints.

Sporting Chance Magazine reporter Hercules Confetti pointed out that the skirt-chasing Winston has a history of being uncooperative, belligerent, and, at times, discombobulated.

Saints spokeswoman Delilah Manello, was asked by Dottie Bazooka with Sports Balls Illustrated Magazine what their number one priority concerning Winston will be.

Manello replied, “Oh, that’s an easy one, Dottie. Our number one goal with Jameis is simply to keep him away from the Saints cheerleaders and any sexy females, in general.”

Dottie asked Jameis what he thought about playing in New Orleans.

He took a bite out of his hot dog, and answered, “Well, Dolly, lemmy say dat I just hopes dat we don’t be getting’ no hurricanes like Katrina, Leena, or Thumbalina, ya know what I’m sayin, bro?”

Dottie replied that her name is not Dolly, and pointed out that she is not a bro.

Winston looked her up and down, and remarked, “Well, lemmy says datya sho nuff ain’t no dude, ya sweet, pretty, liddle thang you, ya know what I’m saying fa shizzle ma nizzle?”

Saints Coach Sean Payton stated that If Jameis can manage to keep Jameis Jr., in his pants, the brutha may be able to revitalize his career.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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