Former Super Bowl champion and two-time Pro Bowl quarterback Joe Theismann didn't mince words, when speaking about Bears receiver Roy Williams.
Theismann teed off on Williams on the NFL Network's "No Huddle" show Wednesday.
"Roy Williams will never be a quality receiver in the National Football League because he doesn't have what it takes," Theismann said.
Then, the former Notre Dame quarterback addressed the receiver.
"Roy, if you're listening I'm saying it right to you: you have to make a decision that you want to play football as a professional, not as somebody who's entitled because somebody was not thinking when they gave two number one [draft picks] for you," Theismann said.
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Theismann also isn't a big fan of the Bears receivers, in general.
"The Chicago Bears, the wide receiving corps is non-existent," he said. "We don't even know that Jay Cutler is getting better because he's spending a lot of time doing everything going backwards."
Theismann is entitled to his opinions. But those comments seem awfully personal. Sheesh.