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Anderson says he’s sorry for ripping on the Browns fans

Looks like DA wasn’t too happy with getting ripped on in the media and by Browns fans, as it took him all of one day to say he’s sorry for saying that the Browns fans “don’t deserve a winner”:

One day after Derek Anderson ripped the Cleveland Browns in an e-mail to the News-Herald where he said they “are ruthless and don’t deserve a winner,” the former Browns quarterback has apologized.

Anderson issued a statement today through former Browns public relations staffer Amy Palcic.

Here’s what he had to say:

“I said some things to Jeff Schudel (News-Herald beat writer) earlier that I regret. Those of you who got to know me personally from covering the Browns over the past five years, know this was out of character for me. I wasn’t taken out of context, but I was speaking out of my frustration after my career with the Browns came to a close.

“I had some great times playing in Cleveland, especially during the 2007 season and I met some great people and made many lifelong friends along the way. I’m looking forward to starting a new chapter in my life.”


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3 Responses to “Anderson says he’s sorry for ripping on the Browns fans”

  1. ButchGavlen says:

    Hey, DA, just take the money and run….go on…take the money and run…a-ooo-yeah.

    Over on the PD blog Mary K is saying ‘sources’ says they’re shopping BQ. HOG WASH. twisting words for a story to create emotion is all. ‘the browns are talking to teams..’ of course. if they call you listen. I have lost all respect for the big MK.

  2. Denolakes says:

    And — Jake Delhomme is visiting Berea Thursday. Bad year last year for Delhomme — but he also has playoff experience and will not be around all that long, holding the seat for 2011 or Wallace. If Delhomme makes his way to Cleveland, Wallace becomes the back-up, and BQ gets moved. This is the only logical scenario to me.

  3. ButchGavlen says:

    it’s amazing when you look at the local of the votes, Ohio is overwhelmingly pro BQ, and Pitts, NY, and Cal say trade him. That to me could mean a mix of things, all negative for us.

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