Pro Football Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw did not hold back his thoughts when asked by TMZ reporters about Cleveland Browns' new star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.'s comments in a recent interview with GQ.
"He ought to be happy he's in Cleveland making a nice dollar and they want him there," the former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback said.
Beckham continued his ongoing criticism of the New York Giants in a new GQ article that made headlines on Monday. The Giants traded Beckham to Cleveland back in March, pleasing the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver to some extent. However, it seems he still has some harsh feelings toward his former team.
"I felt disrespected, because I felt like I was a main reason at keeping that brand alive," said Beckham. "They were getting prime-time games, still, as a 5-and-11 team. Why? Because people want to see the show. You want to see me play. That's just real rap."
TMZ mentioned Beckham's comments to Bradshaw, and the Hall of Famer made his stance very clear.
"Really?" Bradshaw said, "Totally disagree. Yeah, that's crazy!"
Bradshaw firmly believes Beckham should keep quiet and embrace his new team with open arms. The wide receiver said Tuesday during his youth camp "I've moved on" when asked about his comments. However, we'll see if that's the case when training camp kicks off this week around the league.