Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown says “Hold uts always ensd badly”
Many players have held out of football operations because they want a huge pay day, but Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was talking about hold-outs and said that he feels Hold Outs always end badly.
“Holdouts never go well,” said Brown, who signed a six-year, $43 million deal before the 2012 season. “Just look at history. It always ends badly. It wouldn’t be the best decision. I make a lot of money. I pull up to camp in Rolls-Royces.”
“You know you get caught up thinking about the future you lose sight of the present,” Brown said. “What I’m here to do today is to show how hard I’ve been working, showcase I can still be the best in the world and help my team win football games.”
What do you think about the comments? Do you agree? Maybe AJ Green is doing things right.