Instead of running it three straight plays to milk the clock, the Jags questionably threw it on second down with 3:36 left, leading to a three-and-out. Wilson had a chance for a miracle comeback win but was stopped on fourth-and-9. Seattle’s decision not to punt and pin the Jags deep with two timeouts and the two-minute warning was puzzling but then again, Wilson was dealing.
“They said, ‘We just don’t know,'” Scott said. “But they told me that the more times you get hit, the more probability that you’ll have issues.”
This summer, he saw Bruno Mars and Green Day in concert, watched Fourth of July fireworks from a boat near his home in Portland, Oregon, and enjoyed more time with husband Michael Rausch.
A league official told ESPN on Monday that no Seahawks players will be suspended for Sunday’s actions in Jacksonville, though the NFL is following its “standard process” by reviewing the melee. While there will be no suspensions, fines are likely.
A brawl ignited near the end of Jacksonville’s 30-24 win when Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett rolled into the legs of a Jaguars offensive lineman as Jacksonville was lined up in a victory formation.
After the players were separated, Seahawks defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson was ejected for throwing a punch and Bennett was flagged for unnecessary roughness. Because the Jaguars had to run another play to expire the clock, they again lined up in the victory formation. Seahawks defensive end Quinton Jefferson once again attempted to jar the ball loose on the snap to set off another brief skirmish.
Jefferson was ejected and got into an argument with Jacksonville fans who tossed drinks toward him on his way to the locker room.