Not that there seemed to be much to begin with. Before he, too, was traded from the Rams to the Lions, Brockers told TMZ that Matthew Stafford was a “level up” from Goff. On Monday, Brockers told Detroit media that he was just trying to pump up Rams fans and has a lot of respect for the QB.
Then during a radio interview with Detroit’s 97.1 The Ticket, Goff said there were no hard feelings between the once and current teammates.
“Brock is one of my good friends, and a good teammate, and I get it. He apologized very quickly,” Goff said, via Kyle Meinke of MLive.com. “I love Brock. Sometimes it happens, but that guy is my guy. I love Brock and he reached out to me very quickly after that and [there’s] no ill will. We’re all good.”
Brockers and Goff have played together since the quarterback entered the league as Los Angeles’ No. 1 overall pick. The Rams also chose Brockers in the first round, back in 2012 when the franchise was still in St. Louis.