Jarvis Landry delivers rousing speech on HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks’
Jarvis Landry hasn’t been with the Cleveland Browns long, but the wide receiver isn’t afraid to speak his mind.
On the debut of HBO’s documentary series “Hard Knocks,” Landry called out his teammates in a meeting with an expletive-filled speech.
According to USA Today, Landry used 19 profanities 13 of which were f-bombs in just under two minutes.
Landy was upset that some of his fellow wideouts weren’t practicing, even though they were healthy.
The Browns traded for Landry in March, sending two draft picks to the Miami Dolphins. In April, the Browns gave him a five-year, $75 million extension.
If you want to watch the speech, do so below. But as a warning, make sure you have headphones in if you have people around you:
Jarvis Landry going off on the Recievers group 😯 #HardKnocks pic.twitter.com/bn65kRzOrW Telbo (@telbreezy305) August 8, 2018
And here’s the transcript, per Pro Football Talk:
“I don’t know what the [expletive] has been going on here,” Landry said to his teammates, “and I don’t know why it’s been going on. But if you’re not hurt, like if your hamstring ain’t falling off, [expletive] gone; your leg ain’t broke. Like you should be [expletive] practicing. Straight up. Like that [expletive] is weakness, and that [expletive] is contagious as [expletive], and that [expletive] ain’t going to be in this room, bro. That [expletive] been here in the past, and that’s why the past has been like it is, bro. That [expletive] is over with here, bro. If you’re going to [expletive] practice, [expletive] practice. You can’t get no better. Ain’t nobody going to get better by being on the [expletive] sideline if you ain’t [expletive] hurt. If you’re not [expletive] hurt, you’ve got to [expletive] practice. Because you make other [expletive] work even [expletive] harder. Now they’re at more [expletive] risk of getting hurt, because you don’t want to [expletive] practice, because you’re being a [expletive]. Straight up, man. That [expletive] is [expletive] real, bro. That [expletive] ain’t happening here. I’m just letting y’all know. That [expletive] is not [expletive] happening here. I’m hurt and I’m tired just like every [expletive] body in this room, but I ain’t taking no [expletive] days off, because I can’t be [expletive] great that way. That’s got to be the [expletive] attitude and the mentality all the [expletive] time. All that ‘me’ [expletive] don’t [expletive] live here no more. That [expletive] don’t exist. It’s contagious, bro. Like it’s really [expletive] contagious. It’s contagious.”