Filed Under: NFL General
Joey Porter is listening
Joey Porter may be a blowhard and a tool but he’s no fool. A day after Roger Goodell announced his new conduct policy and dropped the hammer on Pacman Jones and Chris Henry, Joey decided he better make nice to Levi Jones for (according to Levi) ambushing him out in Las Vegas.
I wish it never would have happened. I don’t know how Levi feels, but the faster we can get this behind us, (the better).
I don’t mind calling him. If he truly believes, if he feels like I was wrong, I’m sorry. I can apologize. I am reaching out now.
At the end of the day, none of us is going to get anything good out of this.
You see Joey working here? By “none of us” he means himself. Having your posse ambush another football player and being charged with misdemeanor battery falls within the personal conduct policy. It’s amazing how a threat of losing paychecks immediately puts everyone in line. Goodell got exactly the reaction he was looking for.
[Cincinnati Enquirer]: Porter sort of says sorry to Bengals tackle Jones