Football is an emotional and high stakes game in the NFL. It’s not uncommon to see a player or coach become confused when a turn, call or game doesn’t go their way. Even the greatest players are not exempt from losing sometimes, as we’ve seen Tom Brady play on the field and dominate many times.
Because the most recent Brady outbursts on the sidelineswhen he broke two league-issued tablets, the NFL sent a memo to all 32 NFL teams warning that any further such violations would be subject to “significant fines” in the future. future.
Now footage has emerged of Buffalo Receipt Offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey became the first to ignore the federation’s warning, sent less than a week ago. Dorsey was caught in the team booth, smashing his tablet in frustration after the Bills lost Dolphin Sunday afternoon. Dorsey, a former quarterback, smashed the tablet several times.
So here, NFL, your first chance to back up the stark warning that was sent to every organization just days ago. If the federation wants to set an example and it works, they’ll just fine Brady and get the job done. Obviously, that was too hard, so now everyone will be watching over the next few days to see what the league has to say about Dorsey’s outburst.
It is unclear whether this new “rule” applies to coaches and other team staff or if it is aimed primarily at players. You would think anyone breaking league property would get into this umbrella, but you never know with the NFL. Oh, boy, this must be good.