Fortunately for McCarron, he doesn’t concern himself with the opinion of others when getting his tats.
A source close to McCarron said “AJ doesn’t live his life or add to his tattoo for the approval of others.”
McCarron added tattoos of white doves as a tribute to his grandparents, a rosary that represents his Catholic faith and a BCS Championship crystal ball — one that is not shattered — that represents his crowning achievement and superb performance on January 9 in New Orleans.
“Before others want to make comments about AJ or anyone else, they should look to ensure they have their lives in order first.” said a person close to the McCarron family.
The Crimson Tide signal-caller just wrapped up a successful spring camp and received his national championship ring to add to his growing collection — his second while at the Capstone. Also in his collection is a 2007 5A high school state championship ring he won as a junior starting quarterback at St. Paul’s and a 2009 SEC Championship ring.
Critics will continue to say what they want about McCarron’s ink, all the while, AJ continues in full stride on his way to cementing his legacy in Tuscaloosa and shaking hands with Barack Obama, again.
Contributed by Ben Culpepper for AlabamaIntel.com