Titan's coach Mike Vrabel was asked by some of his players on a recent podcast if he was willing to cut off his own penis if it meant winning a Super Bowl. His answer: why not?

Titan coach Mike Vrabel jokes that he would cut off his penis to win a Super Bowl because he has been married for 20 years and his wife would not mind

  • Titan's coach Mike Vrabel was asked by some of his players on a recent podcast if he was willing to cut off his own penis if this meant winning a Super Bowl
  • By framing his answer pragmatically, Vrabel gave an impractical answer. & # 39; I have been married for 20 years, & # 39; he said, as quoted by Paul Kuharsky.com. & # 39; Yes probably & # 39;
  • Vrabel already won three Super Bowls linebackers for the New England Patriots and he didn't have to sacrifice his reproductive organs to do it
  • He also has two sons with wife Jennifer and after 20 years of marriage the 43-year-old said that sex was simply not the priority it once was for Mr. or Mrs. Vrabel
  • According to Vrabel, his wife would respond to the idea: & # 39; Do you want me to do it? & # 39;

Tennessee Titan's head trainer Mike Vrabel wants to win a Super Bowl and after twenty years of marriage and a few children he is willing to sacrifice his own penis to make that possible.

During an interview on the & # 39;Bussin & with the boys& # 39; podcast from former Titans linebacker Will Compton and current offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, 43-year-old Vrabel was jokingly asked: & # 39; Would you like to cut your dick for a Super Bowl? & # 39;

By framing his answer pragmatically, Vrabel gave an impractical answer.

& # 39; Have been married for 20 years, & # 39; he said, as quoted by PaulKuharsky.com. & # 39; Yes probably. & # 39;

Titan's coach Mike Vrabel was asked by some of his players on a recent podcast if he was willing to cut off his own penis if it meant winning a Super Bowl. His answer: why not?

Titan's coach Mike Vrabel was asked by some of his players on a recent podcast if he was willing to cut off his own penis if it meant winning a Super Bowl. His answer: why not?

Vrabel already won three Super Bowls linebackers for the New England Patriots and he didn't have to sacrifice his reproductive organs to do it.

Vrabel is 9-7 when he entered his second season

Vrabel is 9-7 when he entered his second season

Vrabel is 9-7 when he entered his second season

However, he is only starting his second season as an NFL head coach and a Super Bowl victory would offer much job security in a profession known for his sales.

Perhaps just as important, Vrabel already has two sons with wife Jennifer and after twenty years of marriage sex is simply not the priority it once was.

& # 39; You will be married for 20 years one day, & # 39; he said. & # 39; You don't need it. & # 39;

To further solve the problem, Lewan asked his coach what his wife's reaction would be.

& # 39; When you come home with a bag of ice, and Jen says, "Oh, honey, what did you do?"

& # 39; I took … my cock, we're going to win a Super Bowl, & # 39; Lewan continued. & # 39; She would be like & # 39; eh & # 39 ;, or would she be upset? & # 39;

Apparently, Mr and Mrs Vrabel share the same priorities.

& # 39; She would be like: "Do you want me to do it?" he said. & # 39; "Do you want to do it now?" & # 39;

Vrabel is 9-7 as a head coach who is entering his second season.

Vrabel already won three Super Bowls linebackers for the New England Patriots and he didn't have to sacrifice his reproductive organs to do it. In this photo, Vrabel is seen after the previously unbeaten Patriots lost Super Bowl XLII to the New York Giants in 2008

Vrabel already won three Super Bowls linebackers for the New England Patriots and he didn't have to sacrifice his reproductive organs to do it. In this photo, Vrabel is seen after the previously unbeaten Patriots lost Super Bowl XLII to the New York Giants in 2008

Vrabel already won three Super Bowls linebackers for the New England Patriots and he didn't have to sacrifice his reproductive organs to do it. In this photo, Vrabel is seen after the previously unbeaten Patriots lost Super Bowl XLII to the New York Giants in 2008

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