The Cooper trade was made worse, according to The Athletic, when Gruden didn't tell players about it at the end of Monday's practice, despite the wideout being pulled off the field in the middle of the session. "But the Cooper one was like a knockout punch, especially because we had just walked back in the door from the bye [week]. Derek is always going to come in here and tell us when he needs to play better, that's something that he does on a daily basis". "We are just waiting to see if we will be here next week".
That player's fears are not unfounded as Oakland (1-5) will likely make some more deals before the National Football League trade deadline on Tuesday. And nobody is happy that we traded Amari.Читайте также: This perfectly rectangular mile-long iceberg was discovered floating in the Antarctic
It was indeed curious, to say the least, to see video of what appeared to be Carr crying in the melting-face way that a kid would cry after falling off his bike. Smith said. "You never ever want to trade elite, homegrown talent".
If this report is at all true about teammates losing confidence in Carr, then Jon Gruden has a lot more healing to do in that locker room besides explaining to his current players as to why he keeps trading their teammates away. But Coach Gruden is thinking long term. Smith added that this could be a learning opportunity for the players. It's no secret that he got a 10-year contract.
Gruden said publicly that he was not entertaining trade offers for Cooper, and he was apparently telling the team the same in private.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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