Moise Fokou Says Jeromey Clary Tried To Break His Arm

November 25, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers offensive tackle Jeromey Clary (66) and offensive guard Louis Vasquez (65) during the first quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Tennessee Titans LB Moise Fokuo drew an unnecessary roughness penalty in the game on Sunday and he says that the reason why he threw a punch was because he thought that Jeromey Clary was trying to break his arm:

“They were trying to put my arm in a blender,” Fokou said, via Terry McCormick of “That’s what they were trying to do. It was kind of like a fight or flight kind of feeling, just mano-a-mano, survival of the fittest. I felt that my arm was in a compromising position and when I got up my first instinct was to kind of defend myself, right, wrong or indifferent. That’s just how I felt.”

Looking back at the tape, it looks like Clary did grab his arm on his way down and rolled all over it.

Here are some images of the incident. You can see the comments if you hover over the images:


That is Clary getting stiff arms right in the middle of the screen at the 23 yard line


Clary starts falling down, but grabs his arm on the way down


Clary is all the way on the ground and still has hold of his arm.


Bottom right of the screen is Fokou after the play throwing a punch at Clary

Topics: San Diego Chargers, Tennessee Titans

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  • blackroseMD1

    Eye for an eye. We were playing against the Titans, after all. Surprised no one went out with a knee injury.

  • Stefanie Smith

    Hmmm, I read somewhere that Clary is out with a broken clavicle.

    • blackroseMD1

      I read that about Clary too. Can’t remember where though.

  • tubbs45

    Seriously, Fokyou…. that dude was being a thug all game. just desserts biotch…

  • arnie

    Is this the same Fokou that was trying to rip Mathews head off after the whistle? That same Fokuo that had cheap shots while linemen were on the ground, after the whistle?

    • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

      That was Griffen in the beginning of the game, that fool was going nuts on Mathews. Fokou seemed to want to get in the mix with the dirty stuff after Griffen and then they both got hurt and were kinda non factors but if this is how the dude felt I can see why he was playing gangster.

      • arnie

        Thanks for the correction. Shows how much i care?

        • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

          Uh ok

          • arnie

            I mean i don’t do care to much about the titans or there players, enough to check the facts. they were all acting like thugs, i have never liked them since the “block” on Merriman.

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