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Crowder taking on the Cleveland Browns.

Ex- Miami Dolphins player launches attack on major US city

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Retired Miami Dolphins Linebacker Channing Crowder has launched a scathing attack on the city of Cleveland.

After NBA analyst Charles Barkley suggested that Cleveland has 'real fans' when compared to Miami as they discussed LeBron James' future, Crowder took some very comical yet offensive shots at the home of the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians.

During the radio show that he co-hosts on WQAM in Miami he said: "You can sell some towns. Don't sell nasty, dirty, ugly, little Cleveland."

Then continuing to say "I would rather stare at myself in the mirror then look at the women in Cleveland,

"hen you go to the game on Sunday, you look up in the crowd and you say 'oh there's all men at the game.' Then you start looking closer and you say 'damn I can't tell the difference between the women and the men at Cleveland Browns games."

Some very personal shots taken at one of the cities to watch next season in the NFL and in the upcoming off-season in the NBA.

It somehow got even worse from there, Crowder going onto name Cleveland as "The Anus of America.

"They call Jersey the armpit of America? Cleveland's the anus of America, it's the booty... and the little fans are little haemorrhoids all around the edge,"

A very aggressive rant that quite frankly will see Crowder never be welcome in the city of Cleveland again.

It will be interesting if LeBron does move to Cleveland however with the 'mistake by the lake' luring both Johnny Manziel and LeBron James to the city while Miami may have a bully scandal that seems to be never ending and a giant hole in the Miami Heat franchise.

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