This is who Bill O Brien is. Y’all thought it was my fault I wasn’t seeing the field. The man simply didn’t like me because I was a product of my environment. PERFORMANCE means nothing. He wasted my first 3 years ultimately ruining my NFL career. I never knew how to kiss ass 🤷🏾♂️ https://t.co/CzLaB3pxPq
This comes after Michael Irvin described a meeting between Hopkins and O'Brien in which he compared him to former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on ESPN's Get Up:
Strong hasn't played an NFL game in two years but spent parts of three seasons with the Texans before being waived in 2017.
A third-round pick in the 2015 draft, Strong had high expectations entering the league. He finally saw his first action in Week 5 of his rookie year and scored touchdowns on his first two receptions.
He had a few more bright spots early on, including his six-catch, 56-yard performance in his lone start that season.
Unfortunately, his career was limited to just 19 games in Houston with 28 catches. He also played one game with the Jacksonville Jaguars and had three catches for 38 yards and a touchdown but was waived soon after. The receiver got more chances on the Jaguars practice squad and in the Cleveland Browns' training camp but never appeared in another game.
The 26-year-old believes the lack of opportunities were on O'Brien, who "wasted" the start of his career.