Carolina Panthers defensive end Brian Burns was injured last week after it appeared Patriots quarterback Mac Jones grabbed his ankle during an attempted fumble recovery.
When being called out by Panthers players for the “dirty” act, Jones said he was under the impression that Burns had the football, and he was trying to tackle the large defender.
Mac Jones Plays Dumb When Asked About His ‘Dirty’ Play On Sundayhttps://t.co/wwhrBk29pt
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During his media availability this week, Brian Burns called the Mac Jones play complete ‘bulls-t’, saying that even if Jones thought he had the ball it would have been a dirty play.
LISTEN: Brian Burns goes into detail about the controversial play with Mac Jones, when the #Patriots QB brought him down by his ankle, after the sack/forced fumble:
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Brian Burns would go on to say that he hopes his fellow pass-rushers get some revenge for him the next time the Panthers face off against Mac Jones and the Patriots.
#Panthers pass-rusher Brian Burns says it would be nice if Mac Jones apologized for grabbing his ankle on Sunday, but he doesn’t expect it to happen. “I would just like to play them again. I wish all my fellow D-end brothers happy hunting.” pic.twitter.com/V3iQc8YBJY
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) November 10, 2021
The Panthers aren’t scheduled to face Mac Jones’ Patriots again this season. And given Carolina’s place in the standings, it’ll likely not be until next year when Brian Burns can get some revenge.