Normally, with apologies if I know you don’t mean them, I will call you out on them.
You can easily tell if someone means the apology or not, Brandon Jacobs says a lot of stupid things, so originally I just figured he was forced to apologize, but his reasoning for apologizing is plausible, so he will receive no slander from me.
It was inappropriate, because you never tell another man’s wife to “shut up,” and Jacobs apologized for it later on Wednesday.
“Given the fact that it’s a colleague of mine’s wife, I do apologize for saying that, because I shouldn’t have said that,” Jacobs said Wednesday on The Doug Gottlieb Show. “It’s his wife and I should respect that just as much as anyone else.”
As for the “be cute” part of his statement, well, Jacobs isn’t apologizing for that.
“No question, he should take that as a compliment,” Jacobs said. “If he finds something wrong with that, then that’s his problem.”
He is correct, you should never tell a co-workers’ wife to shut up, so I can see where he was coming from.
If you ever wanted to know why sports entertainment has taken over media, just think of the two main stories that are still ongoing even though Super Bowl has been over for days.
Gisele comments and GRONK’s dancing in the club.
The shelf life for that has been longer than Manningham’s catch or Wes Welker’s drop.
Think about that for a minute.