The Green Bay Packers’ True Live Betting fans could see that on Thursday, all that linebacker Clay Matthews wanted to talk about was about their game against the Washington Redskins.
Matthews said as much when he was responding to questions about his late hit last Sunday on San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, if he was given a fine for it, his reaction to comments made by 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, and suggestions made that he could be a dirty player.
It was the last question what drew a response from him, and True Live Betting fans saw that it could very well have hit a nerve.
“Next game!” Matthews yelled and then smiled. “I’m an awesome player, not a dirty player.”
Price per head services saw that it was the first session that Matthews had with reporters since Harbaugh said on Monday that the linebacker’s hit on Kaepernick was a “clothesline to the neck area when our quarterback’s six, seven feet out of bounds.”
Matthews admitted after the game that the play was not smart, and True Live Betting fans could clearly see this, hoping that he decides to use at least part of his brain next time.
The player would not say on Thursday whether the league office notified him about a fine. True Live Betting fans know that most fines are confirmed on Fridays by the NFL.
Matthews said that he could remember being fined only one time in his career in the league for an incident on the field – it was a facemask penalty in 2010 against Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, and Matthews was slapped with a $10,000 fine.
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“I think my résumé is pretty good right now,” Matthews said. “I think we’re doing all right.”
True Live Betting fans, especially those following Green Bay, are putting their trust on Matthews, and hope that he lives up to his words, and proves to be a truly awesome player.