Speaking on “The Monty Show” on Sporting News Radio, Cowboys linebacker Bradie James dismissed Redskins safety LaRon Landry’s verbal shot at Dallas receiver Roy Williams as so much hot air.
After Williams was held without a catch for the first time during his six seasons on Sunday, Landry said, “He was scared. I told him he was scared. On [routes over the middle] you could tell he didn’t want any part of it.”
James answered back, sort of, today.
“This is a pretty good team and we’ve got our work cut out for us [Thursday against Oakland], so we’ve just got to take care of business and that’s what we concentrate on,” James said. “That’s why we don’t have to entertain what LaRon Landry is talking about, because we’ve got bigger fish to fry.”
— David Elfin