William Davis | Contributor
Following New England Patriots’ extensive receiver Josh Gordon’s newest departure from the NFL for drug-related points, ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith supplied up a stupefying tackle habit and psychological sickness.
Throughout a SportsCenter section on Gordon’s most up-to-date departure, Smith determined to play armchair physician whereas making proclamations about attainable drug habit that he virtually definitely is aware of nothing about. (RELATED: Chargers Give Epic Response To ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith After He Screws Up ‘Thursday Night time Soccer’ Evaluation)
#ICYMI “You’ll be able to’t get hooked on one thing you’ve by no means tried.” I TOTALLY agree w @stephenasmith tackle #joshgordon. And sure, we each have firsthand, heartbreaking information of the devastation of habit. However accountability is essential. Praying he can get well. pic.twitter.com/60zKx55n2R
— Sage Steele (@sagesteele) December 21, 2018
“How did it turn into (a illness)?” Smith requested. “You’ll be able to’t get hooked on one thing you by no means strive. That is self-inflicted.”
Gordon had a tough upbringing and has did not put his NFL profession collectively as a result of substance abuse points.
Due to this, many have speculated or tried to diagnose Goron from behind their keyboard.
This can be a ridiculous waste of time. Except you’re Gordon’s physician, it is best to cease making an attempt to diagnose him and as a substitute ship up a prayer for him.
He might use it.
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