CLEVELAND — It might be fair to say that Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor will not be exchanging Christmas cards this holiday season.
Following the 23-10 win over the winless Browns (0-13), the veteran Bengals (5-7-1) defender used a trash can to describe his opinion of Pryor, who caught just one of the three passes thrown his way for only three yards and was seen getting into a verbal confrontation with Cleveland quarterback Robert Griffin III.
See Jones’ profanity-laced response to a question on Pryor.
“All this facades, all this fake, hard (stuff) that he plays out on the field, that ain’t Terrelle Pryor,” Jones said. “I checked his background. He’s a suburbs kid from Pittsburgh.”
Later in the interview, Jones turned his back to the media and responded to multiple questions by saying, “Garbage,” even when the questions shifted from Pryor to the game.
At the urging of a teammate, Jones grabbed the trash can next to his locker and said:
“Oh (shoot), get him out of there. You see him in there?”
To which the same teammate said, “He’s right there!”
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