Even in the best of workplaces there are times when things become emotional. Sometimes you must have those “come to Jesus” meetings behind closed doors, where people air out their disagreements. It happens. But is RGIII the only quarterback in the NFL who had disagreements with his receivers? I doubt it.
As for bragging about favors from the owner, if that’s true then it’s troubling. But why talk about it now and not before? Because now that people are getting fired for losing, there’s an axe to grind. And what better way to try to sabotage the Redskins coaching search, than to use an all too eager media to report one-sided allegations, in the hopes that the top prospects will be turned off by it?
And it’s obvious to me that whom ever these insiders are who reported this controversial information to Jenkins, they clearly don’t care about the Redskins. Because if they did, then they would understand that what’s said in confidence behind closed doors should stay behind closed doors for the good of the team.
Because like I said, this report isn’t some national conspiracy, its complete gossip. And by exposing it, the insiders aren’t acting as some concerned citizens trying to right the wrongs of injustice. All they’re doing by concealing their identities to reporting gossip, is confirming that they’re nothing more than disgruntled employees, who are now the ones doing the finger-pointing, except they’re doing it anonymously.