Sport Saints' Cameron Jordan trolls Cam Newton by sending him bottle of wine

01:35  09 january  2018
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Saints ' Jordan trolls Newton with wine bottle . Cameron Jordan posted that he's sending a bottle of wine to Cam Newton . So I'm gonna send him some sauce," Jordan said -- an obvious reference to Newton 's earlier comments.

Cam Jordan (@camjordan94) mailed Cam Newton a bottle of wine for the Saints beating them three times this year. Absolutely amazing. — All Saints Considered (@AllSaintsBlog) January 8, 2018.

After his Saints beat the Panthers Sunday in the NFC playoffs, Cameron Jordan promised he'd send a gift to Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

Monday, he kept his word, shipping a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon from Jordan Vineyard & Winery in California (the First-Team All-Pro defensive end is not related to the Jordan winery ownership).

Jordan posted a picture of the wine bottle on his Instagram account, along with an overnight shipping label addressed to Newton.

"Who would I be if I don't follow through on my word?" Jordan wrote. Although Jordan apparently later deleted the post, the Internet never forgets. Saints beat writer Josh Katzenstein‏ of the Times-Picayune shared an image of the gift.

Three takeaways from Saints' win over Panthers

  Three takeaways from Saints' win over Panthers After the Saints swept the regular-season series with the Panthers, they completed the hat trick on Sunday with a 31-26 victory.After the Saints swept the regular-season series with the Panthers, they completed the hat trick on Sunday with a 31-26 victory in an NFC wild-card game at the Superdome.

Saints defensive lineman Cameron Jordan and Panthers quarterback Cam Newton have formed one of the best individual rivalries in the NFL. On Monday, Jordan posted a photo on social media of a Jordan -brand wine bottle and a mailing label addressed to Newton .

Saints defensive end Cam Jordan followed through on his trash talk after Sunday’s game by sending Panthers QB Cam Newton a bottle of wine to thank him for three losses. Saints defender follows through on Cam Newton trash talk by sending him a gift? By Brendan Marks.

Cam Newton © (Getty Images) Cam Newton

The Saints and the Panthers have developed one of the best rivalries in football, thanks in part to Jordan's and Newton's gamesmanship and digs at each other. After the Saints beat the Panthers in Week 3 — the Saints won all three meetings this season — Jordan made fun of Newton's “grandma hat."

Newton responded, “I didn’t know he was a fan of my dress code … (It's) flattering to me. If he sends me his address, I can send him some sauce.”

Instead, Jordan is the one sending the sauce, so to speak. At least that's a kinder gesture than anything he did for Newton Sunday, when he harassed the Panthers quarterback throughout the game in the Saints' 31-26 win. Jordan had three tackles, a sack and two passes defended. On a key play in the final seconds, Jordan beat a double team and forced Newton into a costly intentional-grounding penalty.

Afterward, Jordan had the bottle of wine waiting in his locker to show reporters. Yes, this was a premeditated act.

"You beat the Carolina Panthers three times in a year, I'm gonna have to send this guy a wine bottle," Jordan said, pointing to the bottle. "I appreciate him for being that good ol' quarterback. I'm gonna send him a nice little bottle of Jordan wine. No, it's not mine, but I have been drinking it for years. So, I'm going to send him some sauce."

Woman buys wine, leaves it on shelf in different Dublin shop - and then sues for €20k when asked if she paid for it .
A WOMAN settled a defamation claim for €20,000 after she bought a bottle of wine in a Dublin supermarket, walked down the road to a different shop, left the wine on a shelf and was asked by a staff member if she paid for it. The woman purchased something in the shop and as she was leaving, she picked up the bottle of wine which she had bought in the supermarket.The wine was left on a shelf in the off-licence section of the store.A staff member, assuming it belonged to their store, then asked if she had paid for the wine.The woman then claimed for defamation and argued she was being accused of stealing.

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