I was impressed by his release over the weekend. I still don't like what he's saying overall, but that was a good statement. Answered some of my questions. Staying out of it publicly is his only real move if he wants to focus on what's important...football. I want him coaching first, and whatever he does after that shouldn't make the headlines. He did a wonderful job at Happy Valley. Hopefully that and tough WR's and RB's that are good people will remain his legacy and not this controversy.

I also liked Dirk's op ed.