Doug Gottlieb: “You said the ‘Browns are the Browns’, when you walked away from that Zoom press conference did you want to take it back at all?”
JuJu Smith-Schuster: “No, not that I want it back, I think what I said is what I said, and the media is going to turn it into how they want to use it.”
Gottlieb: “C’mon man, you were talking trash, and that’s OK.”
JuJu: “Yeah, yeah, yeah, for sure. After the game we played, we fell short and we lost, but what I said is what I said, and I’m not going to change it back. They got a billboard now in Cleveland just because of me. I should have trademarked it then; I could have gotten some money off it.”
Listen to Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster discuss his now-infamous ‘The Browns is the Browns’ comment before their Wild Card Game loss to Cleveland, and explain why he doesn’t regret saying it, but rather regrets not trademarking the popular phrase that has now been seen in billboards around the city of Cleveland.
Check out the full video above as JuJu says he should be making money off the now-iconic Cleveland football battle cry.