K.J.Wright of the Seattle Seahawks has hit back at his former teammate Brandon Browner who made some rather questionable comments in a recent interview.
Browner now plays for the Seahawks' Super Bowl opponents the New England Patriots and in an interview with Josina Anderson of ESPN - the woman who reported on Michael Sam's showering habits - and said some rather questionable things.
Break Their Bones
Browner revealed that he would be telling his Patriots teammates to go out to try and severely injure Seattle's Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas, who picked up knocks in the NFC Championship game against the Packers.
"I'm gonna tell my teammates, 'Go hit that elbow. Go hit that shoulder. Most definitely. Try to break it if you can.' - Brandon Browner.
This is genuinely disturbing and an absolute disgrace for a professional to even consider. Thomas suffered a separated shoulder against Green Bay and Sherman suffered a sprained elbow ligament. Both are expected to play on Sunday.
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Unacceptable and Classless
Now Wright, who played with Browner in Seattle and will see him on Sunday, has hit back at the Patriots corner's classless comments.
"If you know a player's injured, you don't try to re-hurt him," Wright said. "You just try to play ball and play hard. But as far as going out there and targeting certain areas, that's unacceptable and shouldn't be in football."
Wright is correct, this has absolutely no place in football and Browner should be ashamed of what he has said. If there's any way to make yourself look like a complete scumbag like Brandon Browner then i have yet to see it.
Browner was let go by the Seahawks after a string of drug test failures including performance enhancing steroids and marijuana saw him miss large portions of seasons through suspensions.