Much was made earlier this week about the comments from former NFL DB and current NBC analyst Rodney Harrison, about Mario Williams decision to sign with the Bills as a free agent last March.
Watch Harrison’s comments and judge for yourself.
Williams was asked about the comments today, and he said he did not see the comments.
“No. I don’t watch TV,man,” Williams said. “Never have, never will. I think I’ve said that about a million times in my last seven years.”
“I mean, everybody’s going to have something to say regardless, good or bad. I can’t control somebody else’s opinion, but I will do what I’m supposed to do here—perform. I’m not worried about that after this first game.”
Williams was asked if Harrison’s comments make him angry.
“I probably would be angry every day, if I pay attention to what everybody else says.”
Do you think Williams is handing the criticism correctly? Or do Harrison’s comments deserve a direct response?
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