Steelers’ Jason Worilds Strikes Ravens’ Crockett Gillmore, Doesn’t Get Ejected

January 4, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers play each other, it's always a physical affair, and their Wild Card Game matchup Saturday night was no different.
After a chippy first half, Steelers linebacker Jason Worilds struck the Ravens' Crockett Gilmore with what looked like an open hand that connected with his helmet at the end of a play. He was assessed a 15-yard unnecessary roughness penalty. 
For those questioning whether Worilds should have been ejected after the hit, former NFL referee Mike Pereira weighed in to explain.
Here's another look at the hit:
We'll see if the NFL hands down any fines after this. 
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