Jameis Winston, in a statement released earlier this week, acknowledged the league told him he would miss three games.

Tampa’s former No. 1 overall pick also apologized to the Uber driver from the incident in question and claimed he has gone sober. Or, at least, “eliminated alcohol from my life.” Now it looks like his Uber accuser has resonded, and she thinks his apology needs some work. 

In a statement Thursday, Winston did not deny the allegation, but apologized to the driver “for the position I put you in.”

The suspension becoming official means the Buccaneers now turn to Ryan Fitzpatrick for their first three games of the year. Good luck trying to win at least one. By the time Jameis comes back, they may already be in some trouble. You reap what you sew.