Found January 22, 2013 on The Juicy Online:
Baitlmore Ravens star Bernard Pollard and the team believe that Tom Brady should be fined for his slide-kick he made at the end of the first half in Sunday's AFC championship game."When you slide... everything is on the ground. He knew what he was doing," Pollard said on Monday. "It had to go both ways. Hopefully the NFL will do something about it." The slide-kick in question occurred towards the end of the first half of the AFC championship game Sunday night, as Brady was running he slid as Ed Reed was coming towards him which upended Reed. Afterwards, Reed claimed, to the refs, that "kick" was intentional. The Ravens, Pollard, Reed, and head coach Jim Harbaugh cried about the call going into halftime. I wonder if anyone from the Ravens cried about this hit (below) Patriots running back Stevan Ridley received later on in the game Sunday night by Pollard?
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