Julian Edelman Once Dropped Mic In Response To Cassius Marsh

Julian Edelman had the perfect response to all the comments Cassius Marsh made regarding the New England Patriots. Of course, we all know that Marsh sort of detests his time with the Patriots. He complained a lot about the team saying that there’s nothing fun about it.

Marsh didn’t enjoy himself over the nine games he played with the Patriots. This doesn’t apply to Edelman. The Patriots wideout really likes his team. I mean, he spent his entire career with the Patriots.

As you may have noticed, Marsh created a mess. He trashed the Patriots’ way of going about their “business.” Edelman was too busy to challenge these remarks. He reminded his former teammates amid the “no fun” scandal.

Julian Edelman taught Cassius Marsh a lesson

New York Giants head coach Joe Judge was part of the Patriots coaching staff for eight years. He went on The Ringer’s “Flying Coach” podcast to talk about Edelman’s response to the comments Marsh made.

“When we came out of that whole deal in 2017 where it was like … ‘It’s not fun, it’s this, it’s that’ … there was a white grease board on the wall (at Gillette Stadium), and it was blank,” Judge told hosts Sean McVay and Peter Schrager, as transcribed by NBC Sports Boston.

“He walked in and wrote in the middle of the board, ‘Winning is fun.’ And it was something everyone read as they walked in every day.

” … He kind of spread the message to the entire team of, ‘Hey guys, you want to have fun? Winning is fun. We do everything we can to win here.’“

Edelman announced his retirement in April. He had a lot of fun during his 12 years with the Patriots. New England made the playoffs in all but one of the wideout’s seasons. They made five Super Bowls and won three of them. Not bad, right? Winning is fun and Edelman was right about this.

The Patriots have to replace Edelman with another superstar. They will have a hard time getting someone like him. But, head coach Bill Belichick is grateful for everything Edelman did in the past decade.