Saints star Cameron Jordan made it clear Sunday he’s still miffed about the controversial no-call in the Saints-Rams NFC championship game.
The defensive end arrived at the game in a black T-shirt with two messages on the back. “Blow whistles not games,” is printed in big white letters, while the bottom of the shirt features a cartoonish image of a shrugging referee with the message, “Make calls not apologies.”
— ESPN (@espn) January 27, 2019
The Saints and their fans will never forget that controversial no-call late in the game, when Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman hit Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis before the pass arrived late in regulation of the title game. The Rams went on to win in overtime. However, Robey-Coleman, who initially told reporters the play was definitely pass interference, said Saturday the pass was tipped, in which case pass interference would not be applicable.
It’s Jordan’s fourth Pro Bowl appearance.