Raiders' Crosby blasts 'crybaby' Joey Bosa for complaining about officials
Las Vegas Raiders pass-rusher Maxx Crosby blasted Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Joey Bosa for his complaints about NFL officiating.
Crosby criticized Bosa during an appearance on "Bussin' With The Boys," scorning his conduct after Bosa received two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in the Chargers' wild-card loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
"A couple of games ago, when f-----g dude had a meltdown and blaming the refs ... I'll never be that guy. Shit like that is so weak to me," the 25-year-old said. "You're going to get held. I know I get held all the time. You watch the (Los Angeles) Rams' last drive against us, I was getting literally tackled. But I'm not going to go and double down and go look like a little f-----g crybaby, you know what I mean? That's not me."
Bosa drew his first flag of the wild-card game after appearing to argue a missed call to a referee. His second came after he slammed his helmet on the ground. The 27-year-old called for more accountability from officiating crews after the loss, telling reporters he's "sick" of officials.
The NFL subsequently fined Bosa $55,546 for unsportsmanlike conduct and public criticism of officiating.