Originally Posted by infantrycak
I can't see why not. It was assumed at the time of the signing that Sherman was instrumental in getting him here and it is logical at a minimum Sherman didn't pan him before he got here. The two worked together for years. Don't see how it can't have any bearing.
Guys wives cheat on them all the time. People will do or say anything, especially when money is involved. I'd like to think all people were honorable and lived up to the views other people had of them, but that's simply not reality.
Doesn't even have to be some sinister thing. Sometimes people get "caught up in the moment". If green did slack, he might regret that today or feel guilty about betraying Sherman in a way.
Im just saying that just because there was someone here that vouched for him doesn't mean he's going to do what we all think any decent honarable person should do. Especially when money and old age are concerned.
Heck, Steve Nash who has barely played in two years just said he's not retiring because he's not walking away from the money still on his contract.
Also, Andre vouched for Ed Reed. Was ed totally honarable here? Doubtful.
So yeah, Sherman was here. But Ahman is a human. He's capable of being dishonorable like anyone else is.