Le’Veon Bell should tell Antonio Brown to mind his own business
The man who likes to say business is booming arguably should be minding his own business.
For the second straight year, Steelers receiver Antonio Brown is publicly imploring Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell to show up at a time when Bell isn’t even under contract with the team.
Well, the first rule of getting better is showing up, Brown said regarding Bell. You can’t make anything better without showing up. So I think if you show up, I think everyone will understand where you want to be. That you wants to be here not just this year but for years to come. Come out here and show up, show you want to get better and show guys you’re serious.
Even before the Cowboys released Dez Bryant, there weren’t too many people predicting big things for the Dallas receiving corps in 2018.
Tight end Jason Witten’s retirement didn’t do anything to change that, but the receivers left on the Cowboys roster are pushing back against the negative outlook. Wide receiver Allen Hurns said the team will benefit from every member of the group, which also includes Deonte Thompson, Cole Beasley, Tavon Austin, Michael Gallup, Cedrick Wilson, Terrance Williams and Noah Brown, having something to prove.
Marshall took a knee during the anthem for part of the 2016 season and said Thursday that he doesn’t like the new policy put in place by the league, but understands the league’s reasoning for putting it in place. He was less understanding of the President’s suggestion, calling it disgusting and explaining why he feels that way.
Just because somebody disagrees with something or if I didn’t stand for the anthem or like what’s going on, that’s him saying I should be kicked out of the county, Marshall said, via Troy Renck of ABC Denver 7. We’re supposed to talk about things, talk about things, work things through. Everybody’s not going to agree on things, everybody’s not going to have the same opinion on things so just because somebody disagrees or has an issue with something going on in this country doesn’t mean they should pack up and leave.