Would Mike Vrabel cut his genitals off to win Super Bowl? “Probably”

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Titans head coach Mike Vrabel won three Super Bowls with the Patriots during his playing days, but it doesn’t look like those victories have diminished his desire to win another one in Tennessee.

Vrabel was a guest on a podcast hosted by Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan and former Titans linebacker Will Compton recently and the topic of conversation got around to whether he’d have a part of his body removed if it meant the team would win the Super Bowl. Specifically, Vrabel was asked if he would cut his penis off if it meant the Titans got the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

The entire exchange is below, via PaulKuharsky.com.

Lewan: Matt Neely [an assistant for the podcast] said he would cut off his d–k for a, uno, Super Bowl, and I said ‘No, I would not do that.’ Would you cut your d–k off for a Super Bowl?

Vrabel: Been married 20 years. Yeah, probably.

Lewan: You’ve got three?!

Vrabel: As a player. . . . You guys will be married for 20 years one day. You won’t need it.

Lewan: If you come home with a bag of ice, and [Vrabel’s wife] Jen is like ‘Oh honey what did you do.’ I cut . . . my d–k off, we’re gonna win a Super Bowl, she’d be like ‘eh,’ or would she be upset?

Vrabel: She’d be like do you want me to do it? Do you want to do it now?

Vrabel said earlier this offseason that he is pushing the Titans to go from good to great this year. The chances of getting the team’s players to buy in seem better if that procedure is not part of the program.

16 responses to “Would Mike Vrabel cut his genitals off to win Super Bowl? “Probably”

  1. Perhaps he meant Gentiles?

    I’d cut my hair. My toe nails. I’d cut cable.

  2. Am I too old-fashioned or is this not a good look for the head coach of a National Football League team?

  3. I still get a chuckle out of the Mastercard commercial Dennis Leary did in ’04 when the Red Sox won’t the Series. That was a funny ad.

    As for this exchange, I don’t think the transcript adequately conveys the more likely than not humorous tone that was used.

    Being married the last 27 years, I *can* sympathize with the statement…

  4. “The chances of getting the team’s players to buy in seem better if that procedure is not part of the program.”

    what a knee slapper! huck yuck!

  5. I can just imagine this turning into one of those motivational deals coaches make, like letting the team shave his head if they win the championship.

    “Okay guys, if we win the Super Bowl, I’ll tell you what I’m going to do…”

  6. It’s a big step from being a recent player to being a head coach. I think the Titans may have hired Vrabel 20 years too early.

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