JAMEIS ASKS FOR FORGIVENESS
Jameis Winston declined to discuss specifics of what happened on the night in question from March of 2016, but he did ask for support from fans who have given up on him in the Bay Area.
“I understand the disappointment. I’m disappointed,” the fourth-year pro said Thursday, speaking publicly for the first time since the NFL suspended him three games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy by groping a female Uber driver the winter after his rookie season.
“I should never have put myself in that situation,” Winston added. “All I can do is grow and learn from that.”
“That happened after my rookie year,” Winston said. “I’ve made a lot of positive changes since then.”
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Video: Jameis Winston not wanting to discuss specifics of what happened in Arizona, wants to move forward. pic.twitter.com/ZlkOMXH4SN— Greg Auman (@gregauman) July 26, 2018
Video: Jameis Winston says he understands that fans are disappointed in him but wants them to continue supporting his team. pic.twitter.com/Jmep8MGfOM— Greg Auman (@gregauman) July 26, 2018