Video: Jets Coach Intentionally Trips Miami Player During Game (Updated)

Nice work, coach…
Miami player Nolan Carroll was tripped by Jets conditioning coach Sal Alosi.
Coach Alosi took him down:

Yahoo Sports described the play:

This play happened with 2:58 left in the third quarter, when the Dolphins punted to Jets receiver Santonio Holmes. As Holmes took the ball for a short return, cornerback Nolan Carroll was hurt on the right sideline as he rushed down to cover the play. The replay showed strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi extending his knee just enough to trip Carroll up on the play. Carroll was down for a minute, but returned to play later in the game.

Alosi took responsibility and apologized after the game.

UPDATE: Craig sent this in:

Not sure if you knew but Carroll’s mother Jennifer Carroll is the Lt. Gov elect in Florida. She was a Republican state rep for 10 years or so then was picked by Scott to be on the R ticket.

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