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Some funny business in MIA-NYJ game (maybe)

Posted on: December 12, 2010 6:59 pm
Edited on: December 12, 2010 7:34 pm
 
This is what occured when N. Carroll was running down the sidelines and appeared to trip over a New York official.

Photo credit to @bubbaprog

Posted by Josh Katzowitz

It appears an unidentified person on the Jets sideline might have intentionally tried to trip Dolphins CB Nolan Carroll.

In the video below and the photo above, the Jets member (no word on who the person is: an assistant coach, a staffer, an inactive or practice squad player) appeared to stick his leg out and trip Carroll – who was hustling down the sidelines on a punt return in the second half.

Carroll went sprawling and stayed down on the sideline, though there has been no immediate announcement about his health.

Right now, the identity of the alleged tripper is unknown.

UPDATED (7:32 p.m.):
According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, the consensus among writers in the New Meadowlands press box is that the tripper might be Sal Alosi, the Jets head strength and conditioning coach.

Here's the video:



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Since: Mar 30, 2007
Posted on: December 14, 2010 9:59 am
 

Some funny business in MIA-NYJ game (maybe)


There is not even close to a trip, unintentional or otherwise.



There was no contact, what a sissified bed wetter attempt as stirring something up.

Yet Alosi admitted to it, and apologized.
Why would he do that if there was no contact, if it wasn't even close to a trip, unintentional or otherwise?





Since: Dec 15, 2007
Posted on: December 13, 2010 10:33 pm
 

Some funny business in MIA-NYJ game (maybe)

temp004,

How do you know I knew he admitted it before my post?  Stop jumping to conclusions and assuming.  I based my comments on the one video I saw on CBS which wasn't very clear.  I still think it is overblown.  The player was not in the field of play.  NFL fines guys $25K for purposely trying to hurt someone with their head.  This guy barely moves his knee and he almost loses his job.  It was probably gut reaction; split second reaction to the moment.  Talk about ridiculous.  You don't get fired for poor sportsmanship.  That player for Oregon last year who punched the player after the game didn't even lose his scholarship and even played later that year.  Yet this guy gets almost canned for grazing the player's leg. 

People are right. The NFL is getting soft.  Now people get fined and suspended for brushing up against someone.  What's next? Pushing someone is going to garner a fine. 



Since: Jun 13, 2007
Posted on: December 13, 2010 12:01 am
 

Some funny business in MIA-NYJ game (maybe)

Let me get this straight.  Nolan Carroll was running along the sideline a guy on the Jets sideline sticks his foot out and trips Nolan Carroll.  The tripper is identified as Sal Alosi.  Sal Alosi says he did trip Nolan Carroll.  He apologizes for it.  It is shown on tape.  Jets fans say nothing happened.  Sounds like a conspiracy. Credibility is at stake.  So if Sal admits to doing it and we see it, how can someone who was thousands of miles away claim that Sal did nada?  Who says the internet is air tight?



Since: Dec 12, 2010
Posted on: December 12, 2010 11:47 pm
 

Some funny business in MIA-NYJ game (maybe)

Whats amazing is that you say this AFTER the coach admitted he tripped the player and apologized.


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