PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 07: NFL quarterback Vince Young stands on the sidelines prior to the Citi BCS National Championship game between the Texas Longhorns and the Alabama Crimson Tide at the Rose Bowl on January 7, 2010 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
On Sunday, Titans' quarterback and Texas product Vince Young was cited for assault at a Dallas strip club after he appeared to attack a fellow patron who flashed the upside-down hook-em sign. Everyone seems to have an opinion on the matter, but few are as readily visible as that of Martellus Bennett, the Cowboys' back-up tight end whose presence on Twitter and YouTube have been well-documented for some time now.
Bennett addressed the incident on his Twitter account Monday, in response to a user who asked his opinion on the matter. (All sic).
"Mann I dunno wat 2 say abt VY that was childish & very unprofessional u cant do [expletive] like that when u play qb," Bennett Tweeted. "He needs better ppl round him."
Bennett then added, "Nothing really good happens at 3 am unless u n ur bedroom."
Although Bennett is an Aggie and Young, obviously, is a Longhorn, the third-year tight end said Tuesday that he had "nothing but love" for the Titans quarterback and expressed some remorse over the publicity his remarks had received in a four-tweet address--however, he added that he didn't regret what he said.
"I would like to apologize I wasn't trying to make the headlines when I responded to a tweet asking what I thought about VYs ... Situation. Didn't wanna draw anymore negative attn to it. And for that I'm sorry. I wasn't tryna rip vince or anything I was jus saying. ... Didn't think it was the rgt decision. Making several stupid ones myself I know how it is. I have nothing but love for the homie."
"Don't regret what I said jus nvr wanna make anyone elses situation worse."