Josh Norman isn’t ready to extend an olive branch to Odell Beckham Jr., and Deion Sanders is also on the list of people he’s not likely to invite over to dinner.
“Shoot, that man’s crazy,” Norman said, via the New York Post, when asked about the Week 15 game in which Beckham committed three personal fouls, including one where he took a dive at Norman’s head.
The Panthers won the game 38-35 and Beckham was suspended for the next game for his conduct.
Norman also wasn’t thrilled that Sanders seemed to condone Beckham’s actions in the immediate aftermath of that game, and the Panthers cornerback made the NFL Network analyst aware of that while fielding questions on Super Bowl Opening Night.
Perhaps it is a little surprising that Sanders, a Hall of Fame cornerback, was so supportive of the receiver in that situation.
In a way, Norman made like a receiver when he was on that podium, because Prime Time got burned in front of assembled media members.
Will Norman and Beckham ever meet again?
The Giants aren’t on the Panthers’ schedule in 2016. Then again, Norman is a free agent.