Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell continues to apologize for his grisly post on Instagram that had a man in a mask slicing the neck of an officer. At media day Crowell, just kept apologizing, saying that is not who he is.
“I feel like I have to prove [that’s not who I am] every day,” Crowell said. “I feel like I can shake it off and move on. My main focus is football and trying to be the best I can be for my teammates and coaches. I understand what’s going on.
“I feel like that did have part of my emotions that day,” he admitted. “But I feel like there’s still no excuse for what happened and I apologize for it. . . .
“I want to be part of the solution and not the problem, and posting that picture I was part of the problem. I don’t want to be that.”