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This is a very interesting question, and as far as I know, there is no approval required beyond the initial vetting of the McNairs to buy an NFL franchise.There is more to this thread from Mike, very well worth the read and considerable thought/conversation. One important question, did Cal have to be approved to run the organization after Bob died? And if the answer is an affirmative, was he approved?
Houston Texans chairman and CEO Cal McNair has apologized to quarterback Deshaun Watson privately for not including him more in the final GM search.texanswire.usatoday.com
"I'm sorry you thought you were going to have any say in the GM hiring. Jack was supposed to tell you that "committee" talk was crap. But we figured when Dungy came out & said there wasn't any committee... I thought you knew."Yeah, but I think it went something like this - "Deshaun, I'm sorry you think I'm an imbecile. But Jack assures me I am very smart and good looking too."
Yeah, but I think it went something like this - "Deshaun, I'm sorry you think I'm an imbecile. But Jack assures me I am very smart and good looking too."
Revenue sharing & PSLs make it kind of hard to screw up the money side.With the way he’s destroyed the football side, there’s no way they put him in charge of the money side.
No, and I've never even implied he owes anyone an apology. It's his team, he can run it however he chooses. And we can either watch, or not. I'm only paying attention to them now to make fun of them. Cal and his "squad" have become a prime target of ridicule on all media platforms.But really .... Does Cal owe anyone an apology or an explanation ?
The clear answer to that is absolutely not.
The things that Watson is pissing and whining over are above his pay grade. You can make those decisions when you own the team.