Last Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks took down the New England Patriots 35-30, but free safety Quandre Diggs wasn’t around to celebrate the win after he got himself ejected late in the first quarter for a helmet-to-helmet hit on wide receiver N’Keal Harry.
The play occurred on a fourth-and-3 completion over the middle.
Speaking to the media on Thursday, Jamal Adams declared that there will be consequences for Diggs if he gets ejected again. He said that if it happens again, he’s going to unfollow him on both Instagram AND Twitter. He’ll also delete Diggs’ phone number.
“I told Diggs if he gets ejected again, I’m going to delete his number and unfollow him on Instagram and Twitter,” Adams told reporters. “So if he leaves us out there to dry again, we’re going to have some problems.”
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he had no objection to Diggs getting thrown out of the game.
“You saw the significant difference when we didn’t have Q-Diggs back there. We got in trouble on the back end a couple times tonight and gave them some easy stuff that … should never have happened,” Carroll said.
“I couldn’t see the play,” Carroll added. “Everybody saw the play and they went all the way to New York and they made their decision, so I’m sure they made the right decision. He knows that he’s got to keep his head out of those hits. He just got so jacked about the setup that he just didn’t quite get it to the side like he needs to and make a shoulder hit out of it.”
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