Rams defensive end William Hayes was upset after Sunday’s loss to the Titans, so he walked into the locker room and took it out on a mirror.
According to ESPN.com, broken glass and a pool of blood had to be cleaned up in the locker room before the media came in after the game. Rams coach Jeff Fisher had to calm Hayes down and had this to say:
“We talked and settled him down. He was OK. Basically, he expressed how everybody felt and it hit him hard,” Fisher said. “This game was big for him. He played very well in the game and he was just disappointed.”
Fisher said Hayes’s cut is an example of why players need to keep their emotions in check. Although he likes that players like Hayes care so much to get so emotional, Fisher said that players have to learn to draw the line and take care of themselves.