New Orleans Saints cornerback Brandon Browner unleashed a profanity-laced tirade at the media in the locker room after the Saints’ 34-28 loss to Tennessee on Sunday.
Browner, who was not being interviewed, took exception to a reporter’s questions to free safety Jairus Byrd and loudly questioned the reporter, repeatedly using profanity.
Saints teammate Mike McGlynn intervened. Browner came back to his locker and dressed.
Browner, in his first season in New Orleans, has now had two issues with the media in the post-game locker room. After the Saints’ loss to Philadelphia, Browner got into an argument with a reporter after declining an interview.
The cornerback responded to news of the outburst on Twitter on Sunday. Browner disagreed with the reporter’s decision to ask multiple questions to Byrd about a play in the first quarter where two Saints bobbled an interception and Titans tight end Delanie Walker caught the deflected ball and scored.
“They got a job to make a story, the game went into OT,” Browner tweeted. “That’s your story right there. One play don’t make a game. Next question.”