WASHINGTON — Eventually, Josh Norman will let his play do the talking. Or maybe his play won’t do the talking. Either way, at some point, football will take precedent over talking.
But for now, talking is what we have. And my gosh, do we ever have some talking.
The most recent, let’s call it a “development,” comes from the ESPN feature that made waves Tuesday, in which Norman called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a “dog in a suit.” In that same story, Norman called out other NFL players, including Denver Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas — “He was supposed to be an all-world guy, and I shut him down.” — and New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
You know that whole bit about every action necessitating a reaction? Well, here’s the reaction.
At time of posting, Norman hadn’t responded to Thomas.
But wait, there’s more!
On a lighter note, Graham Gano, who used to be the Redskins kicker and is now the Carolina Panthers kicker, took a shot at the star corner’s video game skills. Turns out, Gano was bluffing.
On a related note, the following is a tweet that Norman liked.
Safe to say, Norman is fully aware of what he’s doing, for better or worse.