As a former professional football player, Sharpe said he felt connected to Hamlin and explained how watching him “fight for his life on the field” reminded him of his brother who was temporarily paralyzed during a game.
He then addressed Bayless’ tweet which he said he “did not agree with” and hoped Bayless would take down.
But before he could finish his sentence, Bayless, 71, interrupted saying, “Time out, time out, I’m not going to take it down."
The two began speaking over each other with Bayless trying to defend himself and Sharpe trying to get through his monologue.
“I was just going to say, Skip, I didn’t want yesterday to get into a situation where Damar Hamlin wasn't the issue when we should’ve been talking about him and not get into your tweet," Sharpe eventually said.
"That’s what I was gonna do but you can’t even let me finish my opening monologue without you interrupting.”
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