NFL Players to Grow Breasts for Breast Cancer Awareness

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With October marking the month of Breast Cancer Awareness, the NFL has implemented pink towels, pink jackets, and even pink penalty flags, but American Cancer Society CEO, John Seffrin says this is not enough. “While we appreciate the support of the NFL in our ongoing pursuit of breast cancer prevention, we believe the players can and should be doing more,” said Seffrin.

After agreeing with Seffrin’s sentiments, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has decided to make it mandatory that all players grow breasts. “We feel just showing the color pink on the cleats and a few socks wasn’t enough. These guys need to grow breasts. Like full on C-cups and not the flabby man kind.” In order to do so, players are required to inject a mandatory amount of estrogen before each practice. The goal being large healthy firm breasts, which will undoubtedly show full support for breast cancer awareness.

Fight Club“I think I remember that singer Meatloaf having breasts in the movie Fight Club,” said New York Giants Quaterback, Eli Manning. “I always wanted to know what that was like. Plus, I really like breasts. I’m very excited to help out for the cause.”

While most players are for the initiative, others have their quarrels. “I don’t know. If I’m rushing a dude with long hair and breasts, I may be thrown off. Do I fuck him or tackle him?” said All-Pro Strong Safety, Troy Polamalu.

The new players’ breasts should be fully developed by the end of the season. So far the league has experienced some concerning side effects, including unhealthy chocolate binges during the game and a nagging feeling their spouses are cheating on them. “I just feel like when I’m on the road surrounded by dozens of loose women, my wife is up to something,” said Eagles Quarterback, Michael Vick.

No word yet on whether or not the players will use their breast milk to supplement their thirst during the games.

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