Saturday,December 3,2022

Peter Burns Apology to Ben Watson and His Wife for ‘Crossing the Line’

Saturday Down South reports that Peter Burns has publicly apologised to Ben Watson for making a joke about his wife during halftime of the Florida-Vanderbilt game last week. Following the awkward encounter, the ESPN SEC Network studio anchor Peter Burns apologised on Twitter.

While things are better between Peter Burns and Ben Watson now, Peter made a point of publicly apologising to the former NFL player and his wife. The joke was accidental, but because it offended Ben Watson’s wife, an apology was required and Ben Watson accepted the apology.

Peter Burns Repents to Ben Watson and His Wife

Peter Burns Apology to Ben Watson and His Wife for ‘Crossing the Line'
Peter Burns Apology to Ben Watson and His Wife for ‘Crossing the Line’

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After making a joke about Ben Watson’s wife Kirsten during the SEC Network Halftime Show with analysts Chris Doering and Takeo Spikes, Peter Burns apologised to him.

Ben Watson joked before halftime of the Florida-Vanderbilt game that he received a text from his wife that said, “As long as I get a text from my wife that says that I look good.” Send it to me, sweetie, send it to me.”

Things became awkward when Peter Burns interjected, “That’s not the text she sent me.” Following the exchange, the halftime show moved into the commercial break. Chris and Takeo were back in their seats after the break, but Peter and Ben Watson were nowhere to be found.

Peter issued a public apology to Ben Watson and his wife on Monday (November 22), stating, “While it was a joke, the truth is that I crossed the line, you should never joke about family, thus I owe a public apology to Ben & Kirsten 100%.”

“Benjamin Watson could not have handled it better with his comedy and class,” the ESPN anchor remarked. We’re all happy and delighted to call him a friend and coworker.”

Apology Is Accepted by Ben Watson

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It appears that Peter Burns and B. Watson have reconciled, and the former football tight end has publicly accepted his apologies.

“I accept your apology. We’re moving on,” Ben said on Twitter on Monday. “I’ll see you on Saturday, guy. We’ve got some major games to talk about!” Prior to Ben’s post, Peter Burns posted a selfie with Ben following the incident, with the hashtag phrase “Friendship.”

Get To Know Watson’s Wife

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Kirsten is a public figure, author, activist, and speaker who has “voted her life to faith and her loved ones,” according to her own website.

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She majored in Marketing and Spanish at the University of Georgia, where Ben Watson was a football player. Kirsten worked for a Fortune 500 corporation after graduating and later began a job in the nonprofit sector.

B. Watson and Kirsten started the One More Foundation in 2008 to help the local community. Ben and Kirsten have a total of seven children. Their ages range from 13 to 12, 10, 9, and 6, and three-year-old twins.

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Saturday Down South reports that Peter Burns has publicly apologised to Ben Watson for making a joke about his wife during halftime of the Florida-Vanderbilt game last week. Following the awkward encounter, the ESPN SEC Network studio anchor Peter Burns apologised on Twitter.

While things are better between Peter Burns and Ben Watson now, Peter made a point of publicly apologising to the former NFL player and his wife. The joke was accidental, but because it offended Ben Watson’s wife, an apology was required and Ben Watson accepted the apology.

Peter Burns Repents to Ben Watson and His Wife

Peter Burns Apology to Ben Watson and His Wife for ‘Crossing the Line'
Peter Burns Apology to Ben Watson and His Wife for ‘Crossing the Line’

Also Read: Cordarrelle Patterson of the Atlanta Falcons Establishes an NFL Record for Kickoff Touchdowns

After making a joke about Ben Watson’s wife Kirsten during the SEC Network Halftime Show with analysts Chris Doering and Takeo Spikes, Peter Burns apologised to him.

Ben Watson joked before halftime of the Florida-Vanderbilt game that he received a text from his wife that said, “As long as I get a text from my wife that says that I look good.” Send it to me, sweetie, send it to me.”

Things became awkward when Peter Burns interjected, “That’s not the text she sent me.” Following the exchange, the halftime show moved into the commercial break. Chris and Takeo were back in their seats after the break, but Peter and Ben Watson were nowhere to be found.

Peter issued a public apology to Ben Watson and his wife on Monday (November 22), stating, “While it was a joke, the truth is that I crossed the line, you should never joke about family, thus I owe a public apology to Ben & Kirsten 100%.”

“Benjamin Watson could not have handled it better with his comedy and class,” the ESPN anchor remarked. We’re all happy and delighted to call him a friend and coworker.”

Apology Is Accepted by Ben Watson

It appears that Peter Burns and B. Watson have reconciled, and the former football tight end has publicly accepted his apologies.

“I accept your apology. We’re moving on,” Ben said on Twitter on Monday. “I’ll see you on Saturday, guy. We’ve got some major games to talk about!” Prior to Ben’s post, Peter Burns posted a selfie with Ben following the incident, with the hashtag phrase “Friendship.”

Get To Know Watson’s Wife

Kirsten is a public figure, author, activist, and speaker who has “voted her life to faith and her loved ones,” according to her own website.

She majored in Marketing and Spanish at the University of Georgia, where Ben Watson was a football player. Kirsten worked for a Fortune 500 corporation after graduating and later began a job in the nonprofit sector.

B. Watson and Kirsten started the One More Foundation in 2008 to help the local community. Ben and Kirsten have a total of seven children. Their ages range from 13 to 12, 10, 9, and 6, and three-year-old twins.

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Saturday Down South reports that Peter Burns has publicly apologised to Ben Watson for making a joke about his wife during halftime of the Florida-Vanderbilt game last week. Following the awkward encounter, the ESPN SEC Network studio anchor Peter Burns apologised on Twitter.

While things are better between Peter Burns and Ben Watson now, Peter made a point of publicly apologising to the former NFL player and his wife. The joke was accidental, but because it offended Ben Watson’s wife, an apology was required and Ben Watson accepted the apology.

Peter Burns Repents to Ben Watson and His Wife

Peter Burns Apology to Ben Watson and His Wife for ‘Crossing the Line'
Peter Burns Apology to Ben Watson and His Wife for ‘Crossing the Line’

Also Read: Cordarrelle Patterson of the Atlanta Falcons Establishes an NFL Record for Kickoff Touchdowns

After making a joke about Ben Watson’s wife Kirsten during the SEC Network Halftime Show with analysts Chris Doering and Takeo Spikes, Peter Burns apologised to him.

Ben Watson joked before halftime of the Florida-Vanderbilt game that he received a text from his wife that said, “As long as I get a text from my wife that says that I look good.” Send it to me, sweetie, send it to me.”

Things became awkward when Peter Burns interjected, “That’s not the text she sent me.” Following the exchange, the halftime show moved into the commercial break. Chris and Takeo were back in their seats after the break, but Peter and Ben Watson were nowhere to be found.

Peter issued a public apology to Ben Watson and his wife on Monday (November 22), stating, “While it was a joke, the truth is that I crossed the line, you should never joke about family, thus I owe a public apology to Ben & Kirsten 100%.”

“Benjamin Watson could not have handled it better with his comedy and class,” the ESPN anchor remarked. We’re all happy and delighted to call him a friend and coworker.”

Apology Is Accepted by Ben Watson

It appears that Peter Burns and B. Watson have reconciled, and the former football tight end has publicly accepted his apologies.

“I accept your apology. We’re moving on,” Ben said on Twitter on Monday. “I’ll see you on Saturday, guy. We’ve got some major games to talk about!” Prior to Ben’s post, Peter Burns posted a selfie with Ben following the incident, with the hashtag phrase “Friendship.”

Get To Know Watson’s Wife

Kirsten is a public figure, author, activist, and speaker who has “voted her life to faith and her loved ones,” according to her own website.

She majored in Marketing and Spanish at the University of Georgia, where Ben Watson was a football player. Kirsten worked for a Fortune 500 corporation after graduating and later began a job in the nonprofit sector.

B. Watson and Kirsten started the One More Foundation in 2008 to help the local community. Ben and Kirsten have a total of seven children. Their ages range from 13 to 12, 10, 9, and 6, and three-year-old twins.

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