Odell Beckham Jr. isn’t the only former New York Giant player that has disdain for his former team.
On the same day that Beckham’s GQ Interview was published in which he criticized the team that handled his trade to Cleveland, Landon Collins couldn’t even bring himself to even say the name of his former team during an interview with 106.7 The Fan in DC:
“I have something to play for, just within myself, because I haven’t finished the last two years,” Collins, now with the Redskins, said. “For that reason and just knowing what I can do, and the struggles I’ve been through with the other team I was on, I know I can be better.”
Collins was asked if he’s purposefully refusing to call the Giants by their name, the radio host got a straightforward answer:
“It’s no point,” Collins said. “It’s no point in saying their name.”
Collins, an All-Pro for the Giants in 2016 and a Pro Bowler the last three seasons, signed a six-year, $84 million contract with the Washington Redskins.
Collins stated at the time he was disappointed that his former team never made him a offer, because he wanted to finish his career in New York.