Quinton Jefferson got into it with several Jags fans and almost jumped into the crowd after someone hurled a drink dangerously close to his face. Read on to find out what else happened…
Quinton Jefferson said to ESPN’s Brady Henderson:
“I honestly don’t know. There was a lot of people saying a lot of stuff, so I really didn’t tune into anything in particular. There was really only one thing I tuned into in particular. Somebody said they was going to have sex with my mother. That’s the only thing I really can really remember. There was a lot of yelling.”
“It was a little hard. It was even worse because I’ve got kids. My kids seen it, my wife seen it, and she was upset about it and everything. I felt even more for them because they had to watch that stuff.”
“It was just one of them things. It’s unfortunate. I wish it didn’t get that far, wish it didn’t happen, but it’s one of them things that happened. We’ve got to learn from it, and then ultimately we’ve got to move on from it. We’re getting ready for L.A.”
Surprisingly, no suspensions came down from the league after that game, but fines could be levied towards certain players including Jefferson.