What UT Vols’ Rashaan Gaulden told NFL teams about profane gesture at Alabama


What Tennessee defensive back Rashaan Gaulden told teams at the NFL Scouting Combine about his profane gesture at Alabama.
Jason Wolf / USA TODAY Network – Tennessee

INDIANAPOLIS — Rashaan Gaulden had some explaining to do.

The Tennessee defensive back knew the question was coming, again and again and again, from coaches and general managers at the NFL Scouting Combine, about that game in October in Tuscaloosa and how he punctuated a teammate’s long interception return for a touchdown by extending twin middle fingers to the Alabama crowd. The gesture drew a 15-yard penalty in a game the Vols lost 45-7. He apologized after the defeat.

“A lot of teams have asked me about that,” Gaulden said at the combine, “and I just tell them I’ve matured since then. I tell them that there’s no place in the game for that kind of act. I took it upon myself in the locker room after the game to ask for a public apology to the media, so that’s just something that

Article source: https://www.tennessean.com/story/sports/nfl/titans/2018/03/06/tennessee-vols-rashaan-gaulden-told-nfl-teams-combine-profane-gesture-alabama-dmontre-wade-brentwood/398037002/

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