December 13, 2010 by staff
Sal Alosi, The person on the Jets’ bench that broke Miami Nolan Carroll’s game today was identified as the strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosa Jets, a 33-year-old former linebacker who is in Hofstra its ninth year as coach of the NFL force.
The Jets confirmed that Alosa was the man dressed in green who committed the dirty cheap shot that Carroll ran away the Jets on a punt. Dolphins and players are asking the NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to come down hard on Alosa.
“It’s so dirty,” Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby told the Sun-Sentinel. “Come on man. It’s dirty! It flows all down hill. Their head coach [Rex Ryan] has opened a Pandora’s Box there, and now he came to fix it. ”
Dansby was one of many dolphins who said the discipline is in order.
“They’ll cope,” Dansby said. “I believe Goodell! Goodell, come on man.”
Dolphins coach Tony Sparano head coach said assistant with the Dolphins stand having the trip and were furious. Unfortunately, the officials missed.
The Jets, however, were slow to recognize the responsibility of Alosa. Greg Bishop of the New York Times reports that the team was first pretends it did not happen. And Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post reports that security was the beginning Alosa away before reporters could ask him why he tripped Carroll.
But now that the Jets have allowed Alosa was the culprit in one of the cheapest of cheap shots, we’ve seen in a game of the NFL, Goodell must ensure Alosa pays a heavy price for his action.
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