If you didn’t already know, former NFL safety Rodney Harrison doesn’t mince words and calls it as he sees it.
The current NBC Sports analyst recently offered up his take on the Washington Redskins situation with quarterback Robert Griffin III while a guest on the Spiegel and Goff show on 670 The Score in Chicago:
“First and foremost, we see every week that there’s a lot of bad quarterback play, so I think we’re used to that,” Harrison said. “What we don’t see is guys being jerks at the quarterback position. And Robert Griffin III was a jerk. He was a flat-out jerk…”
“And when you look at Kirk Cousins, he comes and he says all the right things. And he’s trying, he’s fighting, his team is out there supporting him, he’s doing everything he can to win.”
“I think we respect guys that work hard and try to do the right thing and stay humble,” Harrison added. “Robert Griffin didn’t do that, and he lost the respect of his teammates, as well as the guys in the media.”