Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers warned footballers against getting between a teammate and his money. The subject of remarks, Chargers who ran back from Melvin Gordon, noticed it. And reacted.
" Wild right! ," Gordon said in response to the security message from Chiefs tyrant Mathieu comments from Rivers.
In the meantime, some have suggested that Rivers' comments in our Tweet were twisted, which characterized him as saying, "We love Melvin Gordon, but running back is a low position for us." The following, Rivers said : It's certainly a low position for us, and these guys love to play and work hard. We love Melvin, but we will continue with what we have. It's a damn good group. "
In fact, the exact words used by Rivers -" We love Melvin, but we will go with what we have "- are stronger than the words" We love Melvin, but running back is a low position for us. "Tweet. "We will continue with what we have" is basically an indication that the head of the team on the ground is not disturbed by the fact that Gordon is not there. So, why should the team flash? Imagine what the reaction would be if Dak Prescott said the same thing about Ezekiel Elliott or if Ben Roethsliberger said the same thing about Le Veon Bell on his radio show last year. Or if Aaron Rodgers said it was going back in Green Bay, which was actually good enough to hold out. Regardless, Gordon saw what Rivers said, and it's another fence that needs repairing when Gordon wants to get back through the front door.