‘Saleh, what the f***?’: Eagles coach Nick Sirianni rages at Jets counterpart over Quincy Williams’ EXTREMELY late hit on quarterback Jalen Hurts
- Jets linebacker Quincy Williams hit Jalen Hurts when he was out of bounds
- It infuriated Eagles coach Nick Sirianni, who threw his headset at the ground
- Sirianni then proceeded to call out Jets head coach Robert Saleh by name
Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni was incensed by a late hit to Jalen Hurts Friday night, yelling across the field at his Jets counterpart Robert Saleh after the quarterback was hit out of bounds.
Just minutes into the preseason clash between the Eagles and Jets, linebacker Quincy Williams lowered his shoulder into Hurts well after a play was over, sending Hurts to the ground in the process.
Sirianni appeared infuriated by the hit, throwing his headset to the ground and appearing to yell, ‘Saleh, what the f***?’ across the field at the Jets’ head coach.
Nick Sirianni angrily screamed at Robert Saleh across the field after the hit
The second-year Philly coach reportedly continued yelling at the Jets sideline, making his way onto the field to make sure his thoughts were known.
Hurts stayed in the game after the late hit, but Jets QB Zach Wilson did not have the same injury luck.
Wilson limped off the field after suffering a first-quarter, non-contact injury as he scrambled for a seven-yard gain.
Jalen Hurts was thankfully not injured but he was hit very late by his Jets opponent
Quincy Williams (centre, in practice) was the Jets linebacker responsible for the late hit
Zach Wilson suffered a serious-looking injury and limped off the field in the first quarter
Wilson left the game immediately after, and the team announced it as a knee injury.
The second-year QB also dealt with a knee injury last season, and is feared to have suffered an ACL injury this time around.
It is yet to be confirmed how serious the injury is.