Morris Told Price ‘To Go Home,’ After Personal Foul Penalty

Bucs coach Raheem Morris ejected DT Brian Price from the field after his third quarter personal foul penalty Sunday in a 38-19 loss to the Carolina Panthers according to Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times.

The Panthers led 31-12 in the third quarter after a 4-yard sack by linebacker Geno Hayes would’ve made it third-and-13 at the Carolina 16-yard line.

But after the play, Price was called for unsportsmanlike conduct and the Panthers wound up scoring a touchdown on the drive to put the game away.

Morris also used an expletive in his live, post-game press conference in describing his reasoning for ordering Price off the field immediately.

“Yes, I sent him to the locker room,” Morris said. “I told him go home. F—. Yeah. Because it’s foolish, it’s selfish to your teammates, to everybody in your organization, to your fans. That’s terrible. That’s just selfish behavior to get a 15-yard penalty, in that situation, when that’s all we talk about, when that’s all we discuss. You just can’t do that to your team.


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One Response to “Morris Told Price ‘To Go Home,’ After Personal Foul Penalty”

  1. dre says:

    and where was this when talib threw the bears game in london……..?

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