Prescott apologized for his unfortunate comments after the loss to San Francisco
Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Duck Prescott, was fined $25,000 by the league for his post-game comments regarding game officials after Sunday’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers, a source told The Associated Press. ESPN Thursday.
on Sunday Prescott He initially stated that fans angrily threw things at his teammates as they walked off the field after losing the wild card, describing it as “sad”. However, when correcting that things were destined for rulers, he said, “The credit is theirs then. The credit is theirs.”
He had the opportunity to withdraw the comments at the end of his press conference and he did not.
On Tuesday, he tweeted three times to his 1.4 million followers to apologize:
“I am deeply sorry for the comments I made regarding the referees. after Sunday’s game. I fell into the disappointing feelings of loss and my words were unnecessary and unfair.”
“I hold the NFL officials in the highest regard and have always respected their professionalism and the difficulty of their jobs. The safety of everyone attending a game or participating on the field at a sporting event is extremely dangerous.”
“This was a mistake on my part, and I’m sorry.”
Prescott, who reached the finals for Walter Payton’s NFL Man of the Year award, drew criticism for his comments from the media and ANF . Referees UnionLam, that encouraged the NFL to take steps to “discourage this deplorable behavior in the future”.
ESPN’s Todd Archer contributed to this report.