Todd Bowles has had more than enough of the Sheldon Richardson-Brandon Marshall feud.
After 11 months of sniping back and forth between the two of them, and one day after Richardson reignited the war by ripping Marshall in a radio interview, the Jets coach made it clear he's had enough of their fighting. Bowles even grew testy with the media when asked about Richardson's latest remarks.
"My thoughts on it are they know how I feel," Bowles said. "We've addressed it. I really don't have time for a bunch of BS that happened a year ago. We had six months to talk about it. All that s-t is over. (Richardson) has been well informed of it and we've moved on from there."
Clearly they haven't moved on yet - or at least Richardson hasn't. In an interview on ESPN Radio's The Michael Kay Show on Monday, he torched Marshall, his former teammate, for being divisive, "drama-queenish" and quitting on the Jets last season. The two have been at odds since they blew up at each other in the locker room after the Jets lost in Kansas City in Week 3, last September.
And even after Marshall asked for his release from the Jets and signed with the Giants, Richardson has refused to let up.
Bowles has apparently talked to Richardson about that, too.
"He's been informed. Everyone's been informed," Bowles said. "We've moved on from there, believe me. We've had team discussions and internal discussions and we've moved on."
Asked by reporters at the Jets' practice facility in Florham Park, N.J., for specifics about what his players have been informed about, an increasingly angry Bowles said "I don't have time for the BS. We've moved forward and it's not my discussions to have."
Asked another question on the topic, about Richardson's maturity, Bowles nearly ended the interview on the spot.
"I'm going to repeat this answer one more time," he said. "I don't have time for BS. Can we move on? You're going to get that answer probably the next 30 times you ask it, so we can move on or the interview can be over. Either one is fine with me."
The interview continued. Time will tell if the Richardson-Marshall war of words continues, too.