ARLINGTON, Texas -- Flozell Adams’ week started with his Steelers teammates wearing throwback Michigan State jerseys and professing to want to win Super Bowl XLV for the long-time Cowboys left tackle in the stadium he called home.
Unfortunately for Adams, the Steelers could not close out the homecoming.
“You’re never satisfied when you don’t win,” Adams said.
Adams spent the first 12 seasons of his career with the Cowboys, winning one playoff game. He did not sign with the Steelers until late July but was able to start every game at right tackle. He enjoyed the ride with Pittsburgh but is not sure he will continue to play. The talks between the NFL and NFL Players Association regarding a new collective bargaining agreement could play a part in his decision.
“You’ve got to sit back and make the right decision that benefits you,” Adams said.