Finnegan Says He’s Not Enjoying the Lockout

In the last week, Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield and Packers safety Nick Collins have admitted to enjoying the additional time off the lockout has provided them.

One guy that doesn’t feel the same way is Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan.

“There’s nothing good that comes from the lockout,” Finnegan said this week. “I know coaches and players keep saying there’s something good they’re getting. That’s hogwash. Coaches are like, ‘Yeah, it’s a great time to evaluate.’ That’s bullcrap. Bullcrap.

“For (the players), too, this is awful. Yeah, we get in condition and everything, but we don’t get the almost-true-to-game speed of going one-on-one with receivers, pattern-reading, all that stuff.

“So there’s nothing good that comes from the lockout. All these things I keep reading, I’m like, ‘What? No, nothing good.'”


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