Personal foul! 15 yards!
Packers linebacker De’Vondre Campbell leveled heavy shots at sports talker Adam Schein, who said on his CBS Sports Network show that Green Bay quarterback Jordan Love “can’t play football, simple as that.”
“Ain’t no way you just got on here with that baggy ass Steve Harvey suit and them thick ass dollar tree glasses and disrespected my QB by saying he can’t play football,” Campbell tweeted.
“He only has one career start, let him play at least half a season before you open your big dumbass mouth.”
Schein, who also hosts a show on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Radio, issued a partial defense of his wardrobe.
“Appreciate you sharing! Glasses are awesome. @oliverpeoples. Certainly not a dollar. Sports jacket is @CalvinKlein. It’s great. You are right. From 2019. Should retire,” Schein responded.
“Love color, though. My pleasure voting you first team all-pro two years ago. Have great season!”
In his segment, Schein was playing a game called “Love or Loath” and ironically put Love, the Packers quarterback, in the latter category.
He shared an article from The Athletic that said Love’s offense had lost to the defense in five out of six full-speed practices in training camp.
“This is gonna be a predictable disaster with Jordan Love in Green Bay,” Schein predicted.
The Post’s Andrew Marchand reported in 2019 that WFAN pushed for Schein to replace Mike Francesa in afternoon drive, before Schein opted to remain with SiriusXM.
Love is entering his first season as starting quarterback with the Packers after backing up Aaron Rodgers for three years.
The Packers traded up into the first round to select him 26th overall in the 2020 NFL Draft out of Utah State.
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