Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson apologized for his interview conduct following a Monday Night Football loss via his Twitter account.
The Denver Broncos were upset by the Cincinnati Bengals, 37-28, on Monday Night Football as quarterback Peyton Manning experienced one of the worst games of his career with four interceptions.
Running back C.J. Anderson had a solid performance with 83 rushing yards and a touchdown, but he refused to be satisfied with that since his team didn’t win.
Upset would be the perfect word to describe Anderson’s feelings about his team’s loss in his postgame interview, which can be viewed on Vine.
However, the Broncos running back was remorseful about his conduct in the interview as he took to Twitter to apologize for his actions.
I apologize 4 my actions towards the media yesterday. I was very frustrated in the way I played. I’m not that type of guy #neveragain
— C.J. Anderson (@CjAndersonRB9) December 23, 2014