NFL makes decision on Mac Jones after allegedly hitting Sauce Gardner below the belt

Despite Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner of the New York Jets' best efforts to demonstrate that quarterback Mac Jones 

of the New England Patriots struck him in the "private parts," the NFL will not penalize the quarterback.

Jones escaped discipline, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, for his alleged antics in the Patriots' 15-10 victory over the Jets, 

Jones was stopped by linebacker C.J. Mosley on a quarterback sneak during the fourth quarter of that game, 

and after the play ended, he allegedly got in Gardner's face. After the game was done, Gardner told reporters that Jones had hit him below the belt and immediately shoved him. 

On Monday, Gardner posted a video of what looked to be proof of his claim on X, the site that replaced Twitter, 

stating, "Posting this so I don't get fined lol." However, it appears that the league was unable to determine that Jones committed the act either on Gardner's video or the television broadcast.

Pelissero posted on X that "any discipline would've required sufficient video evidence to support Sauce Gardner's accusation." In this instance, not enough was present.  


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