With all signs pointing to authorities in Lake Delton, Wisconsin not charging Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood with the sexual assault of two women, Underwood is starting to get some support from his teammates.
“I know Underwood is innocent when it comes to any legal issues,” guard Josh Sitton
said, according to the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “That’s my personal opinion about that. Legally, my opinion is
that he didn’t do anything wrong or whatever. The allegations are very
Sitton isn’t happy about the situation, and it’s not clear whether he directs any of his frustration at Underwood.
“Just to have my name tainted is disappointing,” Sitton said. “I’m the
most disappointed that our names even got out [in public] because there
are no allegations against us. . . .
“It’s crazy because I wouldn’t change one thing I did that night. Really, every little thing is watched and can get out. You’ve got
to watch every step. I couldn’t have done one thing different. I was
put in a room and [in another room] something stupid happened.”
Sitton had more.
“I’m a man of high character and high values and I don’t stand for any [expletive] like that.”
Frankly, I want that quote on my tombstone.