Found May 08, 2013 on SteelBlitz Steelers Blog:
Yesterday Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette posted some remarks from Steelers lengend “Mean” Joe Greene about the “attitude change” surrounding the team. Today, safety Ryan Clark fired back on ESPN’s “First Take” about the change, which he believes is here to stay. “The scary thing is that players have a one-upmanship about money; they sign a contract and they like it until someone signs a bigger one and now they don’t like it. I don’t like that. I don’t begrudge anyone money but it disrupts the football team,” said Greene. “The things he is saying, they’re not off,” Clark said. ”If you look at the structure of the NFL today, it’s about one-upsmanship.” Clark referred to the deals of quarterbacks Drew Brees, Joe Flacco and Aaron Rodgers, which continue to surpass that of their predecessor giving each new franchise quarterback the biggest deal in NFL history. “The culture we have now is about money,” Clark said. “The Steelers were a team that kept that awa
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