"I say I left my feet, I can understand that, I can understand the fine coming," Rodgers-Cromartie said. "Six figures? Nah."
Dude, the fine was $21,000
. You countin' dimes in those six figures?
Asked whether the fine would affect the way he plays in the future, the Eagles cornerback conceded it factors into his mind, but also acknowledged that there is inherent violence in football.
"I wouldn't do it again. In place, you never know," Rodgers-Cromartie said. "It's football. You have to keep playing. Play through it."
Nnamdi Asomugha sat out Tuesday's practice and was only a partial participant Thursday, but he participated fully on Friday. It came four days after Asomugha was in a violent collision at training camp that left him with a lacerated lip and whiplash.
"Neck's fine, yeah," Asomugha said. "It's just my mouth now."
Yeah. Yer mouth isn't connected to any fucking gray matter, dude.