Frank Walker Might Face Steelers Wrath After Spitting Incident
It's no secret that this weekend's Steelers-Ravens matchup will be a grudge match. One of the many reasons that the teams hate each other is an incident where Baltimore Ravens cornerback Frank Walker reportedly spit in the face of Steelers punter Mitch Berger.
Walker says that he's not afraid of the Steelers, who might be looking for payback after so blatantly disrespecting one of their teammates. He does, however, say that he didn't intentionally spit on Berger, referring to the incident as a "slobber moment."
"It doesn't even matter, though," he said. "It is what it is. I won't be hiding, though."
Walker may be a target for the Steelers now that there is a good might replace the injured Samari Rolle in the starting lineup.
The Ravens and Steelers have had a rather bitter rivalry for years. Earlier this year, This season, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs told a radio talk show host that the team had a "bounty" on Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward and running back Rashard Mendenhall.