St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher is unhappy with some comments from former NFL quarterback and current Cleveland Browns color commentator Bernie Kosar during Thursday's preseason opener between the two teams, according to the Associated Press. Kosar was outspoken about Rams quarterback Kellen Clemens, saying that he "can't stand watching him play."
For what it's worth, Clemens finished the game having completed 6-of-13 passes for 116 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Obviously, it wasn't a great game, but Fisher said that Clemens "played hard" and "made plays."
In regards to Kosar's comments, Fisher said that the Browns have a first-class organization "from top to bottom," but that he is disappointed that they "have someone doing their broadcast that feels the need to speak that way about players."
Fisher also said that he is "surprised" that Kosar has such a "lack of respect for players and this game." It's pretty strong words from Fisher, but then again, Kosar was really piling it on Clemens, who, as Fisher notes, has been a quarterback in the league for eight years and works as hard as anyone out there.