Isaiah Crowell says he stormed out of locker room because he is a ‘sore loser’
Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell had an honest yet humorous explanation for why he wasn’t around to speak with the media after his team’s Week 4 loss to the Bengals.
Crowell had just seven carries for 20 yards as his Browns fell behind and threw 42 passes in the 31-7 loss. The running back was in a hurry to get out of the locker room after the game because he was mad about the loss and his lack of touches.
“I didn’t even take a shower,” Crowell said Thursday via Cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot. “I don’t like losing. I’ve always been a sore loser.”
Crowell said he didn’t need to shower because he hardly got a chance to play.
“We lost and I didn’t really get a chance to contribute at all, so that’s what I was really mad about,” he said. “I feel like I can contribute to the game to help my team win, so that’s what I was upset about.”
Crowell hasn’t been much of a factor for the winless Browns. He only has 134 yards on 46 carries all season. If the Browns are unable to get any leads or keep things close, it’s unlikely he’ll get an opportunity to have a ton of work.