With all this talk of misconduct in the locker room, it’s easy to forget about all of the misconduct that occurs on the field.
Browns receiver Greg Little contends that he was choked on Sunday by Ravens safety James Ihedigbo. Little points to the choking as reason for Little’s decision to rip Ihedigbo’s helmet off by the mask and throw it, Kyle Turley style.
“I know the ref was saying ‘let go of his face mask,’ but he was choking me, so I’m not [going to let go],” Little said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “There’s a thin line between football and just morals and if you’re a man, you’re not going to let a guy spit in your face, and you’re not going to let a guy choke you.
“You’re not going to let a guy have [his] way with your kids or your family or your wife. It’s just how it is.”
Little said he has yet to be notified of a fine, but that he has no regrets for his actions.
“If you’re going to take the game of football to where he took it to, I’ll meet you there,” Little said.
Ihedigbo hasn’t commented on the situation. Maybe he was feeling a little salty after realizing he wasted his money on “pain” chips that are basically hologram stickers, which he purchased from the guy who claims he sold Ray Lewis deer antler spray.