The man who drafted Dwayne Bowe has commented on the story that has Kansas City saying, 'Um, really?' to the 2007 first round pick. Herm stopped by the Border Patrol on 810 WHB this morning.
"That's on Dwayne," Herm said about the comments Bowe made to ESPN the Magazine. "I've always said that generally what happens in the locker room or on the field or around the players, it stays there."
"I was generally the guy to check the beds on Friday night," he continued. "The players were on the floors. The security guards are on the floors were there until about 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning. If a player left the floor, you know what, that's on the player. I wasn't going to get up at 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning and make sure the players were in their rooms. No coach does that. If the security guards left their post, then they did it. If a player left, then that's on the player."
Herm was also asked if he thought the NFL might investigate.
"Nah, that was three years ago. They are not going to do anything," he said.
If I were a betting man, I'd say the NFL won't do anything because, like Herm said, it was three years ago and the guys didn't violate any laws (that we know of at this point). But the Commissioner has become a bit of the morality police, at times, so it wouldn't be totally out of the question.
I think if any discipline comes, it comes from the team. But I've already shared my thoughts on whether discipline would come.
(H/T bigbe who had quotes first)