What's the No. 1 attribute your cornerbacks have to have and why?
"Speed. I believe you've got to have speed to play the position. You want to not give up big plays, and how do you do that? You have guys who can cover up some of the lapses with speed. I would also like guys with ball skills. Got to get the ball back for the offense."
Yea, if he has any say so... I don't believe Bradberry would check any of these boxes lol. Although he did his job in the division, I strongly suspect we'll look elsewhere for a starter.
His expert in the room is Hurney. That is a known failure right there. He has been fast and lose with the media creating confusion. He handled the PSL seats he took very poorly, notifing them that it was done after pictures were posted. He has already given 2 losing years and said it may take 5 more. He signed a rookie HC and didn't suround him with any expereince. He asked to interview Berry and got denied and then turned around a hired a guy from Baylor who looks to be better suited as an assistant.
As far as the moving thing and being an outhouse of a team, that was discussed as a fear when we were looking at a new owner. It's not new, it's what i would think most don't want to happen. No one wanted a Snyder but we might have one.
Go back to the Lance Briggs situation with the Bears some years back. After they slapped the franchise tag on him, it got extremely contentious between Briggs and the team. There was so much vitriol going back and forth that pretty much nobody believed Briggs would ever play another snap in Chicago.
Then suddenly something happened and he wound up signing a long term deal.
And that's the thing. Teams change their minds. Players change their minds. Things happen that alter the situation. Etc etc.
The word "fluid" has been used in this context before, and it's accurate. It's one of the things that makes sports reporting tricky.
That's just the nature of the business.