Former Cowboys fullback and current FOX announcer Daryl Johnston won three Super Bowls during the Clinton presidency, and this week he weighed in on why he thinks Super Bowl winners should visit the White House. Unfortunately, Johnston seemed to miss the point about why so many Eagles players declined to meet President Trump this week, resulting in Trump canceling a ceremony to honor the Super Bowl winners.
Johnson, who signed his $15.6 million contract extension Friday, and his teammates can’t wait for the season after General Manager John Dorsey’s offseason additions.
We’re excited because we see the potential, Johnson said. We see the talent that we have and things we can do come this season if we just stick to it, everyone stays healthy. We see the the things that Tyrod was able to do in Buffalo and we see what Jarvis [Landry] has done since he’s been in the league so we’re just excited for bringing guys on this offense that can help us make plays and score more points and win more games.
There’s a certain way that the Cleveland Browns have to play and we’re going to earn our stripes, Jackson said.
The guys that put them on their helmets that get a chance to wear them, it’s going to be because they demonstrate the characteristics that we’re looking for in Cleveland Browns players, Jackson said. That’s the way we’re going to play and conduct ourselves and go out and win football games.
I’ve talked to my wife and family about it, and the body’s just getting to that point, Robison told Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press. I’m not going to make that decision wholeheartedly until probably the season starts, but I would say more than likely it probably will be [his final season]…. If you ask me that in August, I’ll have a definite answer.
Robison, 35, missed four weeks of offseason work contemplating his future. He said he was 50-50 whether to retire or return last month.