xml:space="preserve">
xml:space="preserve">
Advertisement
Advertisement

Ray Lewis disagrees with Cromartie

Ray Lewis expressed solidarity days after Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie called out the leaders of the NFL and the NFL players union.

"Great leaders are servants first," Lewis told ESPN. "That is who our leaders are. Players are not going to turn on each other. We are blessed with what we have and it is on all of us to keep it fair. I'm resolved to do that."

Advertisement

Cromartie vented his displeasure in a profanity-laced answer when asked about labor uncertainty after the Jets lost to the Steelers on Sunday.

Arizona's Darnell Dockett also criticized Cromartie, saying, "We know what is fair and the players are behind our leadership."

Advertisement
Advertisement

On Wednesday night, Cromartie responded by tweeting: "I don't give a who about Ray Lewis or @ddockett talking about what I said. There's 10's of thousand ppl who will lose jobs. They taking our healthcare away and for players that have surgery can't even get rehab once March 3rd gets here."

Recommended on Baltimore Sun

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement