During the newly formed and confusing Pro Bowl games, flag football was probably the easiest thing to understand.
But it looks like Jalen Ramsey didn’t get the no-nonsense memo.
During a 7-on-7 game, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley dropped to running back and found Las Vegas Raiders receiver Deonte Adams, who ran to the right side. Adams then threw a pass to Miami Dolphins receiver Tyreke Hill, who was met by Ramsey.
In slow motion, it seemed like Ramsey didn’t see Hill fast enough to avoid him, so the two collided.
Hill was visibly upset about the hit after the game.
“Assuming it’s a flag while I’m cleaning up,” Hill posted on Twitter after the game with a teary smile on his face.
He added: “Ramsey has been firing at me ever since the return specialist’s comment. [in 2018]”
Fortunately, no one was injured in the collision, but other players weren’t as lucky elsewhere.
Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett reportedly sprained his toe during the festivities, though his X-rays came back negative. He was seen limping off the field.
The NFC, coached by Giants legend Eli Manning, Pro Bowl games followed. After a 35-33 victory in flag football.
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