Update: Here's the audio via @SmiFF620 and the video from Tevin.
Former Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson was on ESPN's First Take on Wednesday morning. Yes, it's that awful show with Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith, so you probably didn't watch it. A few people did, and they heard what Robinson had to say about the St. Louis Rams and their quarterback Sam Bradford.
Robinson picked the Rams as his surprise team in the NFC West. That's a positive. The Rams are starting to get some respect from their peers around the league, and it's been a long time since we've seen that.
On the subject of Bradford, Robinson went another direction, calling the fifth-year quarterback returning from an ACL tear "kind of soft."
He didn't stop there either. Robinson said the Rams had plenty of weapons on offense, pointing out specifically last year's first-round pick Tavon Austin, but they needed to "toughen up" their quarterback. Robinson insinuated that Bradford had developed that "soft" reputation around the NFL.
We're working to get video of Robinson's comments now.
Take it for what it is, player trash talk. If nothing else, it's a good way to fired up for a pair of game against the Seahawks this season.