The Dolphins are livid after Jets conditioning coach Sal Alosi tripped Miami cornerback Nolan Carroll as he was running out of bounds during yesterday's game (video below). The move added to the shame of the Jets' loss; Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder told ESPN, "They're cheaters. They do what they do. They cheat. They talk junk. But we beat the hell out of them today...I wish they'd tripped me. I'd have broken that old man's leg." Running back Ricky Williams said, "It's the Jets right? We're not surprised." Alosi has also released this statement:

I made a mistake that showed a total lapse in judgment. My conduct was inexcusable and unsportsmanlike and does not reflect what this organization stands for. I spoke to Coach [Tony] Sparano and Nolan Carroll to apologize before they took off. I have also apologized to Woody [Johnson], Mike [Tannenbaum] and Rex [Ryan]. I accept responsibility for my actions as well as any punishment that follows.

Video shows Alosi leaning with his left knee out in Carroll's path, tripping Carroll as Alosi's knee hit his thigh. Carroll said, "I just remember running and then next thing I know I'm on the ground, 'What happened?' I remember I split the double-team and after that couldn't tell you what happened." The Dolphins are calling for Alosi to be suspended or fired. Defensive end Kendall Langford said, "I think he should get fined. We get fined for illegal stuff. Why can't the coaches?" Sparano said they would submit the play to the NFL for review, but the Jets will probably need to do more than bury the game ball to recover from this.