Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert spent the previous week doing a media blitz in the face of Antonio Browns’ exchange question. Now it is the receiver’s turn at the mic.
Brown knowledgeable ESPN’s Jeff Darlington this week that he’s no longer “offended” with the peril nonetheless maintained his wish to switch on.
While Colbert defended the Steelers locker room perception on Wednesday, Brown reiterated that section of his wish to be traded stems from the differential remedy quarterback Ben Roethlisberger receives.
Colbert walked back comments that Noteworthy Ben had “52 teens below him” closing week on NFL Network. The initial quote in Brown’s eyes, then again, spoke to the dynamic all around the Steelers group.
“Of direction he tried to elaborate because, you know, he talked about the truth and he will backtrack on his phrases,” Brown knowledgeable Darlington. “But what grown man is calling one more grown man a kid? Fifty-two teens. Admire, you manufacture no longer manufacture no longer salvage any respect for these guys? Admire, these are the fellows that race to work for you. And that’s what I’m telling you guys… that is my reveal. You know what I’m saying? Or no longer it is all about respect.
“… Issues (are) no longer recuperating. They are no longer changing. You know what I suggest? He upright talked about it. There’s 52 teens and it is this guy [Roethlisberger]. Bro, it is one crew. … So that is what it is, man. Appropriate working out truths.”
With the Steelers making an try to exchange Brown, this is no longer the least bit times the closing we now salvage heard from every side in the impending weeks. Colbert illustrious Wednesday there isn’t any longer the least bit times a deadline for a exchange to happen, despite a $2.5 million roster bonus due on March 17. Rating on tight for the back-and-forth to ramp up as every side attempts to grapple for the increased ground.