Harbaugh 'not impressed' with Jacoby Jones' Sweet Pea story
John Harbaugh addressed Jacoby Jones stripper/party-bus injury on Monday. He was 'not impressed.' Not even with Sweet Pea.
Jacoby Jones suffered one of the more erotic exotic injuries we've ever seen late Monday, as a stripper named Sweet Pea hit him over the head with an Ace of Spades bottle while on a party bus.
As you can imagine his coach John Harbaugh is "not impressed" with Jones injury.
“I’m not very impressed, personally, with the report,” Harbaugh said. “It’s not something that we want to be known for.
"I think it’s not something those guys want to be known for. It’s nothing to be proud of. I’m kind of disappointed in that sense."
There's something kind of hilarious about being known as the guy who was cracked by Sweet Pea. But there's certainly nothing to be proud of here. Harbaugh said that he addressed the incident with his team and pointed out a lesson he learned from his father: nothing good happens after midnight.
“What do you want to be known for? Do you want to be known as a football player or do you want to be known for that?" Harbaugh said. "My dad, Jack Harbaugh, is here. That was definitely a motto that was enforced in our household, that nothing good happens after midnight. I did reiterate that with the guys today."
If he wanted to be more specific, Harbaugh could've pointed out that "nothing good happens on party buses with strippers named Sweet Pea." But he apparently had already used up all his party bus laugher.
Today is John Harbaugh's birthday. He laughed off a question about whether he'll celebrate on a party bus.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 23, 2013
At least Jacoby knows what not to get Harbaugh for his birthday now.
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