James Wilder Jr. says he’s not bad mouthing CFL, Argos

James Wilder has reiterated why he’s made the decision to sit out the 2018 CFL season, even though his statement and accompanying Q&A were forthright and honest.

The 2017 Most Outstanding Rookie is putting his family above his dreams. Wilder Jr. made the facts clear, even though they already were, in a series of tweets.

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958532422500569088

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958533555860189184

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958534492683153409

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958535378721439744

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958536315607437312

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958536822413504512

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958537054945792000

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958537507230142465

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958538133703970817

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958538156592238592

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958539527546695680

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958541400257236993

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958542487026532352

https://twitter.com/IAm_Wilder32/status/958544620899782656

Wilder Jr. breaks down the accounting of his salary, addresses the risks of playing professional football and definitively pronounces that he has no ill will towards anyone in Canada.