Originally Posted by BourbonMan
Don't know if this has been posted yet, but now he is changing his story a bit.
He's still an A-Hole.
Winston called the cheering “100-percent sickening” after the game, and stood by his opinion during a meeting with a few reporters Monday. But he also made sure to clarify that he wasn’t talking about all Kansas City fans, just those who were cheering Cassel’s injury.
“It might have been 7,000, might have been 700, but it was still too many,” Winston said. “I was directing those comments at a few people, and when I say a few people, I do mean a few people, because I don’t think it was the majority of people or even the vast minority of people.”
Too late. That lockerroom video is everywhere, and the only thing people are basing their opinions on. "Oh, well, if Winston said it was 70,000, it must've been."
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