Mike Evans criticized himself for what he calls a “bulls— move” done “in the heat of the moment” and intends to apologize to Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore for it Sunday, via Jenna Laine of ESPN. The league suspended the Buccaneers receiver for one game after Evans charged Lattimore, hitting the rookie in the back during a Week 9 game. Evans felt he was defending quarterback Jameis Winston after Lattimore responded to a tap on the back of his helmet by shoving Winston. Evans since has expressed remorse, and Lattimore downplayed the incident Thursday.
Mike Evans intends to apologize to Marshon Lattimore
Pro Football Talk | Dec 29