And Tuesday, after realizing his error in judgment, Dockett apologized. Via the Arizona Republic's Kent Somers, who also writes that Dockett "quickly received counseling from coach Ken Whisenhunt and general manager Rod Graves about the proper use of social networks":
"It's a learning experience for me," Dockett said. "I've never been in trouble, I've never been in the news or on gossip sites or things like that. I apologize to all the kids, everybody in the community who looks up to me. I apologize to my team. I walked by each player individually and apologized. I got to do better things than that.
"Y'all will never see me on no news or media, anything like that again, unless it's for me trying to take somebody's head off."
Next week: why going No. 2 in your uniform is a bad idea.