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Eagles' Lane Johnson trashes 'arrogant' Patriots again: 'I'm tired of hearing about it'

Johnson went even further into his disdain for the Patriots, uncovering some interesting inter-team revelations in a recent appearance on Stone Cold Steve Austin's podcast.


Kahron Spearman


Even three months after winning Super Bowl LII, Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson's still bringing the verbal smoke for the New England Patriots.

 

This time Johnson went even further into his disdain for the Patriots, uncovering some interesting inter-team revelations in a recent appearance on Stone Cold Steve Austin's podcast.

Here's what pissed me off. The Patriots, obviously, I respect their coach, I respect Bill [Belichick], I respect Tom Brady, but just because the way that they won the Super Bowls, the Patriot Way, is that how everybody else is supposed to do the same thing? No, it's not. And that's what I got mad at, the arrogance by them.

"There was obviously some stuff behind closed doors," he continued. "Their owner talking s--- to our owner. Bill talking s--- to our head coach [Doug Pederson] before the game. I'm not going to say it, but a lot of s--- kind (of) built up to that, and I just got tired of hearing about it, man, to be honest."

 

All of this comes after his post-Super Bowl comments, where he called the Patriots as a "fear-based organization" with players who "act like f---ing robots."

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