Found November 05, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark said during his post game talk with the media that the referees had meetings about him prior to the game Sunday against the New York Giants and that they were looking for an opportunity to flag him in the game. "They had meetings about me before the game," Clark said. "So anytime they see number 25 flash, and a hit be made, it’s going to be an opportunity for me to get a flag." As far as the bad call that went against Clark when he was flagged for an alleged helmet-to-helmet hit on Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz in the end zone, the Steelers safety Read more [...]
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