Last Sunday in Jacksonville, the NFL nearly had another nightmarish public relations matter on their hands after Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson had multiple drinks thrown in his direction that nearly had Jefferson climbing into the stands and fighting Jaguars fans.
While most have blamed Jefferson for simply walking away and avoiding the obnoxious fans, one of his teammates shed some light on the terrible language from Jags fans throw in the direction of his Jefferson.
Seahawks defensive tackle Jarran Reed took to Twitter and dropped a piece of information about some of the comments being directed at his teammate that made him go over the edge:
Someone sent me this photo from Jarran Reed’s Twitter feed. He has a locked account, so I can’t retweet it. If this happened, these fans should be banned for life. pic.twitter.com/5UEhwRvIEH
— Matt Calkins (@Matt_Calkins) December 11, 2017
The Jaguars announced that they’ve identified the fans that were involved in the altercation with the Seahawks defensive lineman and are taking proper measures to make sure those individuals aren’t allowed at another Jags home game again:
Jaguars announce they’re in the process of identifying the fans who threw cups and bottles on the field. Those fans will be banned from buying tickets, and banned from Jaguars games.
— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) December 11, 2017