In May, a frustrated Javon Kinlaw blasted Sports Illustrated reporter, Grant Cohn, after contacting his video podcast. His equally frustrated colleagues came to the defense of Kinlaw’s actions. Things escalated to the point where John Lynch, general manager of the San Francisco 49ers, had to sit down with his player and media member to clarify the situation.Kinlaw’s teammate, by the end of George Keitel’s court, joined Busin with the boys This week’s podcast was asked about the drama that erupted between Kinlaw and the reporter.

“It has just come to a point where [Cohn] He was shooting a man, Javon, who grew up homeless, “Shark Kettle.” Grew up and had to use cold water to shower. He had to go to the faucet, and not in his house, to take a shower. things like that. He had an unreal upbringing and made it into the NFL.

“He got injured. He had a knee injury, he wasn’t able to play at the level he wanted. He’s a great player. And the whole season, he’s been in the IR, and [Cohn] He will tweet it and only tweet it. During the season, there’s nothing he can do, and he’ll be like, ‘Oh, another week of Javon Kinlaw not playing’ or some-t like this. ”

Kinlaw appeared in just four games last season, his second in the NFL, before undergoing knee surgery at the end of the season.

And Keitel continued, “It’s like, ‘Come on, the kid is out.'” If you want to [say]”George Kittel, you dropped the ball, and you lost the game, sure, dude. Give me everything in the world for it. But don’t go to a guy where there’s nothing he can do about the situation. He’s trying every day to be healthy, so Leave him alone.

“Kinlaw saw him in the first open practice for the OTAs. Face it a bit, kind of happen on social media. You never want to do something like that because it’s always spun. You may look like you’re not a great person but Kinlaw is great, he’s a great teammate, he’s Incredibly cute.
“It just deals with different s-t’s than I did. But hey, this is the NFL. Guys come from different livelihoods, and they handle s-t differently, and that’s exactly what it is. And I think, in the end and [the situation] It’s kind of ironed out, and we’re fine, but that’s what it is. This guy wants to take picks on players who can’t participate, that’s what he wants to make his money for, go for it man. It’s your cup of tea.”