With eight minutes and 26 seconds left in the NFC wild-card playoff game against the New Orleans Saints, Newton went down after a hit by Saints backup defensive tackle David Onyemata.
Jordan wasn't upset about something that happened on the play.
According to Fox Sports' Chris Myers on the broadcast, Newton's visor poked him in the eye, a unusual explanation following a crushing blow.
"I was actually talking more to the other Kalil brother, I don't know his first name", Jordan said. Let's call him Speedbump McGee.
METAIRIE, La. - Cameron Jordan made good on his promise to send a bottle of wine to longtime rival Cam Newton as a mocking thank-you gesture after the New Orleans Saints completed a three-game sweep of the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
Jordan earned the right to talk trash after playing a key role in the Saints win. "If he wants to send me his address I can send him some sauce". Newton later said he did NOT feel like he had a concussion, but suffered an eye injury from his helmet slipping down.
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Newton spent time on the ground after the hit.
"You beat the Carolina Panthers three times in a year, I'm gonna have to send this guy a wine bottle". No, it's not mine, but I have been drinking it for years.
What's at issue with Newton's hit is that he was not taken to the locker room for evaluation as the National Football League required when the protocol was revised this season.
Newton walked toward the Panthers' sideline and appeared to stumble to the turf as trainers met him a few yards from the bench area.
When a reported noted that Jordan's sauce comment was a callback to Newton's joke, Jordan said, "Petty, right?" Newton came out of the game for one play, was not sent to the specified blue medical tent and then re-entered and played the remainder of the game.
And Jordan's best moments came when lined up against Kalil, who signed a five-year, $55.5 million deal with Carolina last offseason to team up with his brother and Panthers center Ryan Kalil. "I think Ryan Kalil is a hell of a player, and Matt Kalil, speedbump".