And don’t forget his attitude while he was with the New York Jets, after he was chosen number 1 overall.
The guy teaching Santonio Holmes how to be nice is the brilliant author of the masterpiece entitled, “Just Give Me the Damn Ball”. A brilliant volume where the guy who wants Holmes to be nice, rips his teammates.
This is who is going to influence Santonio Holmes? It just doesn’t make any sense.
You want to see what I mean? Take a look at this wonderful excerpt from the book where this nice guy rips a real Jet, Wayne Chrebet:
I needed seven catches to break the Jets’ record for rookie receivers. But I knew immediately I wasn’t even going to get seven balls thrown my way. Guess who held the record? Right. Richie’s mascot. Chrebet has 66 receptions in 1995 and there was no way they were going to let me take that from him. I might as well have just sat out. I still haven’t figured out the love connection between Kotite and Chrebet. I think Wayne probably reminds Richie of himself. Chrebet’s a good player, I’ll give him that. But he’s not even a No. 3 receiver, and the Jets have made him All-World.
Is this the guy that should be telling Santonio Holmes how to keep things on the straight and narrow? In a word, NO!
Hey Keyshawn. Instead of “Give Me the Damn Ball”, how about my book “Don’t Talk to My Damn Team”. Just a thought.