"If you can hurt him, I guarantee he's going to leave the game hurt, ' and stuff like that".
Beckham says he will keep wearing his watch, so we'll see if he is sporting it again on Monday night. I think most of Cleveland appreciated Williams while he was here for two seasons, but in this instance, they'd rather stand with the receiver. "I don't expect much man-to-man".
Beckham made headlines Thursday when he accused Williams of getting him injured in a preseason game two years ago when the wide receiver was with the Giants and Williams was running Cleveland's defense.
Boddy-Calhoun denied Beckham's claims.More news: Zimbabwe welcomes SA President Ramaphosa's apology following xenophobic attacks
Will his dislike for Williams fuel him during the game?
Beckham said he's been told by Browns players that Williams, who was Cleveland's interim coach for the final eight games last season and is now the Jets' defensive coordinator, instructed them to "take me out of the game".
"It's preseason. It's like a known rule".
Williams also seemed to scoff at the perception that Beckham is a "dynamic" player, suggesting the New York Giants traded him because they feel the same way he does.
Fans were quick to point out how Williams was the man behind BountyGate and that he should probably refrain from making such outlandish remarks. He later sustained a fracture to the same ankle in Week 5, ending his season.More news: Meghan Markle wishes husband Prince Harry in the most adorable way
"That's your opinion?" Williams interrupted. Safe to say he didn't take Beckham's comments lightly, because he had a field day while talking down on Beckham's level of play, despite him being a superstar in the NFL.
He believes he came back too early from the left ankle injury, which was followed by him breaking the same ankle a few weeks later, undergoing surgery and missing the last 11 games. "With me I know what it is, people just need something to talk about". I probably came back three weeks too early just because we lost the first game of the season past year, and I felt that pressure to be able to come out there and do what I can to help the team. I just came back too early.
"If God wouldn't have blessed me the way that I am, I would have blown my knee in that preseason game if I could't have gotten my foot out the ground".
"If I was a coach, I would never teach what he teaches", said the star wide receiver, whose Cleveland Browns face the Jets next on Monday Night Football. It's something that, it changed my life forever, so I don't necessarily regret it, of course, I wish it didn't happen but it did. "That led to the ankle, for sure".More news: "It" is tops again; "Hustlers" full of flash at box office
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