does anyone think that control of the team means handling the cap and contracts and all?
does he have the skill set to pull all these jobs off at the same time?
the guy knows what type player he wants and doesn't want. he knows what kind of player fits his program. he knows that for his style of football to work he has to have the players to run it. he knows there will be players on the team he inherits who won't fit what he has in mind and he knows he can probably find free agents and prospective draft picks that fit his program better. he wants to be able to build the team his way.....just like most coaches that are actually worth a crap.
so you mean there are people who don't want a coach to build a team the way they want?