Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Cam Heyward is none too proud of Ben Roethlisberger in the intervening time.
The newly retired quarterback spoke at size in a current Pittsburgh Put up-Gazette interview about how he thinks the NFL has modified and the way gamers — notably youthful in-coming gamers — have taken on extra of a “me first” mentality. Heyward clearly would not agree.
“It seems to be as if we’re checked out as egocentric gamers, and I do not suppose that is the purpose,” Heyward, 33, mentioned on his “Not Simply Soccer with Cam Heyward” podcast. “We’ve a variety of younger gamers that come from completely different backgrounds, have skilled various things from what others or I’ll have skilled. That does not make them egocentric or extra of a me-type perspective.
“There are much more team-first guys than me-type perspective. I took offense to that.”
Heyward additionally defended the youthful set that Roethlisberger spoke out towards, saying the previous QB was “slightly out on that one.”