Michael Irvin really wants the Dallas Cowboys to get out of their slump, and he is willing to bring in somebody controversial to make it happen.
The legendary Dallas Cowboys wide receiver spoke with “Shan & RJ” show on 105.3 The Fan and stated that Dallas should “go pick up Antonio Brown.”
“I’m not gonna lie: Desperation makes you think about a lot of things,” Irvin told Shan Shariff and yours truly on the “Shan & RJ” show on 105.3 The Fan on Wednesday. “We (the Cowboys) ain’t got no time to sit up riding the high horse, like we’re too good for this and we’re took good for that. We need some H-E-L-P right now! Real help!”
Irvin has real concern that Amari Cooper might be out for awhile with his injury, especially for Sunday night’s NFC East showdown between the visiting 3-3 Philadelphia Eagles and the 3-3 Cowboys.
“You need Amari to get back,” Irvin said. “Unless you want to go pick up Antonio Brown until (Cooper) gets back. What do you guys think about that?”
Irvin was reminded of Brown’s behavioral problems with the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots. He didn’t care.
“Where we find help,” Irvin said, “I don’t care. I don’t care about media relations or a public relations nightmare. I have absolutely …”
“Maybe,” Irvin summarized, “we should just go pick him up for a week or two.”