By Advocate Staff Report
New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan sent a loud and clear message to the NFL and Roger Goodell ahead of Sunday's Pro Bowl game without speaking a word.
Jordan arrived to Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida wearing a black shirt with the words "blow whistles not games" in bold white letters -- a clear reference to the no-call made when Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman got away with an early, helmet-to-helmet hit in the NFC Championship game -- according to ESPN's Twitter account.
The shirt also had the words "make calls not apologies" in smaller white letters, accompanied by a shrugging referee.
Jordan, who is playing for the NFC in the game kicking off at 2 p.m., later retweeted ESPN's tweet, directing it at Goodell's Twitter handle -- @nflcommish. ...
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