Late in the third quarter, Dolphins’ punter Brandon Fields kicks the ball 60 yards down the field on the New York Jets’ own 25 yard line.
During the sequence of the play, Miami’s rookie cornerback Nolan Carroll was tripped by the Jets’ strength and conditioning coach by the name of Sal Alosi. Alos did apologize but that apology didn’t get him anywhere. He is banned for the rest of the season and was fined $25,000.
I agree and understand with this move by the league. The majority of you were probably saying if it was a player it would be different. Not true, if you are on the sideline during a game you are not allowed to get involved on any sequence of play.
The attack was sneaky. If Aslo just stuck his leg out obviously it would be a big deal not as big of a deal as this. I think the way he just sneakingly leaned into Carroll was uncalled for and the penalty was neccessary.