Clay Matthews: ‘I’m an awesome player, not a dirty player’

Clay matthews Clothesline Colin Kaepernick

Jim Harbaugh or Colin Kaepernick would probably not agree.

Clay Matthews seemed to not want to talk about his now infamous dirty hit on Colin Kaepernick but then decided to give a few thoughts on the fallout from the hit.

“I’m an awesome player,” Matthews said, via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “I’m not a dirty player.”

“I think my resume’s pretty good right now,” Matthews said. “I think we’re doing alright.”

Matthews has only been fined twice in his career but for minor things but if Lavonte David got hit with a $7875 fine for a shove on Geno Smith, what should Matthews get?

I think we need an explanation for Roger Goodell on why Clay hasn’t already been fined for a clothesline that would make Vince McMahon proud

3 thoughts on “Clay Matthews: ‘I’m an awesome player, not a dirty player’

  • How in the world does the NFL fine Ndamukong Suh $100,000 dollars, but does nothing to Clay Mathews?

  • Suh getting fined I get because a repeat offender but, dude from Tampa also gets fined then so should the Green Bay’s Fabio

  • His “Awfulness” has spoken, however, maybe his middle name should be “Cheap Shot?” Now go comb your hair.

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