Kenny Clark Has Forgiven Ryan Jensen

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If you have no idea who Ryan Jensen is, you are forgiven. He’s the Baltimore Ravens center. He’s also the guy who was engaged with Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Kenny Clark when he suffered a high-ankle sprain last week.

He’s also the guy Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix called trash, saying he was purposely trying to injure Clark.

That appears not to be the case. Since the injury, Jensen has exchanged texts with Clark saying he wasn’t trying to injure him. Clark apparently agreed and all is forgiven.

“[Clark] texted me back and goes, ‘I respect you reaching out to me, and I’ll be good. I know you weren’t trying to hurt me,'” Jensen said Friday.

Clark’s teammates always seemed more bothered about the play than Clark did. In addition to Clinton-Dix, cornerback Davon House spoke out about the play. Both suggested it was dirty.

Perhaps it looked dirty, but it doesn’t seem that it actually was.

Regardless of the situation, Clark isn’t likely to play against Pittsburgh on Sunday. He is listed as doubtful. With a high-ankle sprain, we wouldn’t expect him to play for about three weeks.

That will certainly hinder the Packers’ defensive line. Clark is developing into a pretty good player in his second season. In his absence, the Packers will have to look for production from Quinton Dial and Montravius Adams, among others.

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9 Comments on "Kenny Clark Has Forgiven Ryan Jensen"


    Quite the contrast between Clark/Jensen and Rodgers/Barr.

    Jensen makes a play that looks dirty but probably wasn’t and Clark forgives him.

    Barr makes a play that was classic good football and completely legal and Rodgers yells profanity on the field in front of kids (granted, he was in pain) and then later on national TV tries to frame it as if Barr began the taunting of him and Rodgers was just responding — the exact opposite of the truth!

    So not only does Rodgers complain about good football, act like a bad sport, be a poor role model to children, he also continuously fails to apologize to Barr and to the public, and then even goes so far as to frame Barr via public insinuation.

    Quite the contrast ….. !

    Pretty obvious Rodgers will also not be able to forgive his ENTIRE family and former friends for their non-transgressions!

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