back corner Marshawn Lattimore He was fired but not commented for his role in Sunday’s Uprising between Saints and Pirates. Tampa Bay receiver Mike Evans He was also kicked out and because he pushed Lattimore to the ground, he was kicked out NFL stuck For one match, though, Evans would appeal.
Saints coach Dennis Allen said he has received no explanation from the NFL or officials as to why they fired Lattimore, who we are reviewing in Tom Brady Box launched. Brady wanted a flag against the Saints and was yelling at the officials when Lattimore offered his year.
“Look, I don’t understand how they came to the conclusion of what they’re going to get,” Allen said via video clip from the team. “Sure, I felt what he did was more horrible than what Marshawn did, and this is the second time this has happened, so I’m not sure how they came up with these appointments.”
Despite this, Allen had a one-on-one chat with Lattimore as well as a chat with the team about the brawl.
“Yeah, I had a conversation with him. Look, he understands,” Allen said. “Yes, he understands that he can’t get revenge, and that’s something the teams in this league will continue to experience. You at least look at a lot of cases I can think of [with Lattimore]It was, in general, a revenge deal.”
The Saints will have at least Lattimore in Sunday’s game against the Panthers. The Bucs will not have Evans v. Packers unless the appellate officer overrules his suspension.
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