Re: Now that was an entertaining ending. Archived Message
Posted by Wally Bunker on November 16, 2019, 2:16 pm, in reply to "Now that was an entertaining ending."
Following Myles Garrett's indefinite suspension, former Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Todd Haley expressed his belief that the incident was a reflection of coach Freddie Kitchens' leadership. |
"This to me, this comes back to coaching," Haley told SiriusXM Radio on Friday. "This falls squarely right on the head coach. Because the head coach talks to every assistant coach, who then talk to their groups of players. And there's an old saying in coaching: 'You're either coaching it or you're allowing it to happen.'"
I guess you all know whats coming next right? Todd Haley has just got to be a Democrat. A player assaults an opposing player with a steel helmet and its the coaches fault. I wonder why he didnt blame Trump while he was at it