After the Patriots defeated the Jets 15-10 in New York on Sunday, Jets star cornerback Sauce Gardner said that Mac Jones,
the Patriots' quarterback, might be preventing him from moving on and having children by striking him in his "private regions."
Even if there may have been a serious violation of the unwritten rules of the NFL, there was not a serious enough violation of the formal regulations to call for a suspension.
The NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero tweeted on Tuesday that Mac Jones, the quarterback for the Patriots,
Isn't anticipated to face a suspension for reportedly cup-checking #Jets CB Sauce Gardner on Sunday.
Jones claimed on Monday that nothing was deliberate. The NFL evaluates every play, so a fine against Jones is conceivable but not guaranteed.
This is fantastic news because the Patriots play a crucial game in Week 4 on Sunday at Dallas.
But as Pelissero points out, it's always possible that Jones might receive a fine for his shady behavior, as it has at least three other times in his brief tenure.
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