No, there's nothing uncomfortable about a 325-pound dude violently
hitting you and then touching your wang. Davis was penalized for
Davis' coach, Mike SIngletary, has his back.
"I think he got hit inappropriately," Singletary said. "After a
while, there's only so much you can take. He (Davis) was wrong for
retaliating and he knows that."
Last week, Mack, the Browns center, claimed Smith yanked his crank in a loss to the Chiefs.
Mack claimed the alleged pecker pulling happened during a running play.
Afterward, Mack tried to chase Smith to Kansas City's sideline but ended
his pursuit because Cleveland's punt team was headed onto the field.
Mack tried to tell an official but Smith denied it. Smith also didn't want to talk about the incident.
"I don't have no comment," Smith said in a report on KMBC's website. "I
don't recall doing anything like that. I'm not known for being a dirty
player or anything like that, so I don't know what that was all about."
Smith wasn't fined
for supposedly cupping Mack's grapefruits. So there wasn't anything on video
the NFL could prove. We'll see if Smith makes it out of this week without a
fine. Still, the NFL probably should call in Mack and Davis and have
them show where Smith touched them on an anatomically correct doll.
H/T: KC Chiefs Blog
Update (10:30 a.m. September 28): Here are the videos of Shaun Smith grabbing San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Anthony Davis' junk.
How about a close up?