Sport Jameis Winston apologizes for his actions, expects to be fined

22:58  08 november  2017
22:58  08 november  2017 Source:   Buccaneers Wire

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Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston apologizes to Bucs Nation for his poor behavior vs. Saints. During Wednesday’s press conference at One Buc Place, Winston apologized for his actions and made it clear that he wouldn’t be surprised if he was fined .

Following his actions , Evans apologized for his poor behavior and took full responsibility for the incident in a statement released by the team on Tuesday. Jameis Winston apologizes for his actions , expects to be fined .

GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 15: Jameis Winston #3 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers warms up prior to a game against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium on October 15, 2017 in Glendale, Arizona.: Jameis Winston apologizes for his actions, expects to be fined© Getty Images Jameis Winston apologizes for his actions, expects to be fined Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston openly expressed his thoughts on the incident that happened on Sunday versus the New Orleans Saints when he poked Marshon Lattimore's helmet which caused a brief scuffle that resulted in Mike Evans being suspended for one game. Neither players were ejected, but the NFL announced on Monday that Evans will be suspended for this week's game versus the Jets.

During Wednesday's press conference at One Buc Place, Winston apologized for his actions and made it clear that he wouldn't be surprised if he was fined.

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Jameis Winston apologizes for his actions , expects to be fined . Mike Evans apologizes for his actions that led to a 1 game suspension.

Jameis Winston went out on his own prerogative to deliver a speech Wednesday (Feb. 22) morning to a group of elementary school students in the Tampa Bay, Fla. area. The 40-minutes of motivation was going well as Winston is known as a savant with his orating skills, but faced a

"I just want to apologize on behalf of my teammates and Mike Evans for the incident that happened in the Saints game,"Winston said. "That's something I can't do in the heat of the moment. My competitive nature [took over]. Obviously I can't come off the field and make any gesture towards an opponent, let alone touch them. I can't do that, so I apologize for that."

Winston will be out for this week's game in an effort to allow his shoulder to fully recover and with Evans also set to miss due to his suspension, Ryan Fitzpatrick and company will take over in their absence.

Kick off for their Week 10 matchup is set for 1 p.m. ET from Raymond James Stadium.

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Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston probably meant no harm. But the words that came out of his mouth during a school appearance Wednesday Why do we expect athletes to be smart? Of course they say stupid things. What Jameis originally stated is correct and there is no need to apologize .

Jameis Winston apologized Wednesday afternoon for yelling an obscene phrase on the Florida State campus on Tuesday. Winston 's apology Wednesday also had a similar tone to previous apologies he's made about his off-field behavior.

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