If you're expecting a repentant, remorseful Jevon Kearse after he stormed out of the locker room Sunday night, then you'll be disappointed. Kearse had this to say:
"First of all, I wanted to go hang out with my family and friends that I had in town. And second of all, I didn’t think one person not on the sideline was going to make a difference in this game," Kearse said.
Kearse made no promises that such a thing wouldn’t happen again if he were deactivated.
"It depends on how I’m feeling. It depends on how I’m feeling right now," Kearse said. "I kind of knew it was going to happen throughout the week or whatever. But once it happened, I mean there was nothing I could do. I wanted to go hang out with my family and friends I had in town, and that’s what I did."
Kind of dickish, no?
The only person who may have been more surprised by Jevon's deactivation may be the man who replaced him, William Hayes
After reading this headline, I'm left to wonder if the writer was seriously afraid that the Patriots might not notice that the third leading rusher in the NFL on our roster?
Follow us through the jump to find out what's going wrong with parity in the NFL...
Interesting article on how parity in the NFL may be leaning towards ineptitude, with us leading the argument that a lot of teams are unexplainably bad this year. Looking at the teams who are struggling they all seem to have one of two things going on: new coach or QB problems.
It's going to become the question of the decade for us because choosing the wrong path would be disastrous: do we rebuild or reload?
Philly fans are still hatin' on Kearse.
Injury update: Finny still isn't practicing.
Best picture I've seen all year... it's even better if you hate his slow, floating passes.
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