Home NFL Tuscaloosa bar apologizes to Watson after QB asked to leave

by Lawrence Cooper April 5, 2017, 0:42
Home NFL Tuscaloosa bar apologizes to Watson after QB asked to leave

Watson led the Tigers to victory in that game with 420 passing yards and four total touchdowns, while Anderson had a sack and two fumble recoveries for the losing side.

"Bottom line, Ryan didn't ask Deshaun to leave", Broderick said, "and they have since talked after the incident".

Video of Watson being forced to leave the Innisfree Irish Pub surfaced on Friday night.

Neither Anderson nor Watson has publicly commented on the incident.

As you can see, not all fans were on the same boat as the woman taking the video apologized to Watson as he walked by and out the door. Unfortunately a customer attempted to invoke the right to refuse service on our behalf and after being identified, was immediately asked to leave the premises following the incident.

We spoke with Anderson's publicist, Bob Broderick, who says Ryan and Wallace only approached Watson because some patrons were getting hostile toward him.

Why Watson was in Tuscaloosa was not clear, though it's believed to be because of a girlfriend.

Innisfree is located near the University of Alabama, which is also in Tuscaloosa.

The Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs are two teams connected with a likely early choice of a quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft held later this month. At first, most people assumed that Watson was kicked out of the bar by people who work there because he led Clemson to a 35-31 national title win over Alabama back in January.

Gilberry will be entering his 10th season in the National Football League this fall.


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