19 Jul 2010
Who is to blame for C.C. Brown's departure from the New York Giants? Why, it's the media!
"I don't even want to comment on that, because I still, at times, get sensitive about how they did me (wrong) there," Brown said. "The biggest thing with New York is the media controls the team. So whatever the media says, that's what's gonna happen."
Asked if he felt like he was a scapegoat for the Giants' defensive struggles, he added, "I was, I was. Me being the new guy, I was the first guy on the block to be blamed. But it's all right. It's water under the bridge."
If C.C. Brown was covering the water...
(Thanks to Doug for finding this)
8 comments, Last at 20 Jul 2010, 5:20pm by dmb
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