Bears' Jaylon Johnson on NFL's new taunting crackdown: 'I am going to say it's BS'


CHICAGO (670 The Score) -- You can add Bears cornerback Jaylon Johnson to the ever-growing list of people who hate the NFL's new taunting policy.

The much-stricter enforcement, which has already found a way to show up during pivotal in-game moments, is out of touch enough to have both players and fans on edge. The Bears learned that the hard way when safety Tashaun Gipson was flagged for a 15-yard taunting penalty for clapping in the face of Bengals receiver Ja'Marr Chase after an incompletion in the first quarter Sunday. After the Bears' 20-17 win, Johnson explained what about it frustrates him so much.

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