Jalen Ramsey is the latest superstar to speak out against the NFL amid the Tua Tagovailoa concussion controversy.
The Los Angeles Rams cornerback spoke to reporters on Saturday and was asked about the situation and the safety of the players in general. He attacked the league for appearing more concerned with players’ clothing than their health.
“Player safety should be one of the most important things to talk about,” Ramsey said. “That should probably be talked about more. And then s— like getting fined for socks… or s— like getting fined for tights or BS or something like that… There’s no need to talk about it so much.” “. .
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“That’s what they need to put emphasis [on]. Not freaking out, ‘Oh, her socks are too high or her socks are too low’ or something. That is so silly. I’m way beyond that.”
Ramsey said he has been fined every week this season for uniform infractions.
“I’m going to keep getting fined because I’m going to be a braggart,” Ramsey said. “I’m going to wear the same thing this week too, so I’m ready for the fine. Come on, right?”
Ramsey makes a lot of money, so the fines don’t hurt him much. In fact, he said that he will match all of his fines for uniform infractions and donate the amount to charity.
What frustrates him, he said, is that he feels like he’s playing the game the right way to avoid injuring other players, and “it’s not about the other BS.”
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“But I play the game with integrity, right? I play the game the right way. I try to make sure people are safe,” Ramsey said. “Obviously I want to go out there and hurt my opponents and cause fear and all that. But I don’t want to hurt anyone. But that’s what the game is about. It’s not about the other BS. I just wish maybe I could start the conversation.” right now…
“If we want to go out there and look good, and it doesn’t damage the integrity of the game, why am I being fined $10,000 for my socks? That doesn’t make sense.”
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The NFL Players Association fired the neurotrauma consultant who checked Tagovailoa for a concussion Sunday after it was found he made “several errors” in his evaluation of the quarterback, according to multiple reports.