I think we all can agree that lately the Cleveland Browns have had a history of losing. The team hopes that Johnny Manziel will be the player to spark a change for the organization. For Denver Broncos safety T.J. Ward, that just wasn’t good enough. Ward played four seasons for the Browns and thought he needed a change. Ward says he left for Denver because of their winning culture.
“Nothing against Cleveland but this is a winning culture,” Ward said at the end of OTAs. “They’re used to winning and you treat all things the same way, period: with a preparation to win.”
“That’s how the coaches treat you and that’s how the players treat each other. You expect everybody to know their job, do their job and do it the right way.”
You can’t blame Ward for feeling like this. Many people would feel the same way if they were in his position.