Major Adams, who representes VY, says that the QB's comments should in no way be construed as demanding a trade.
"Vince’s desire has always been to compete for the starting quarterback job in Tennessee," Adams said. "Even before they drafted him, they asked him if he thought he could compete for the starting role, and he said yes. He has always been a starter and that is his mindset.
"He has not asked to be traded, and in fact, is going to an event at Bud Adams’ ranch this weekend. Plus, he was in there working out [Monday. If he didn’t have a desire to stay there, he wouldn’t be doing any of that."
Terry McCormick echos some of the comments we heard on MCM yesterday, and defends VY's statements as a sign that he's sill competitive and not pouting like he did much of last year.
Paul K says VY would be wise to dump the inexperienced family friend Major Adams and hook up with a real agent who won't sugar coat his situation.
In lighter news, Michael Roos is helping build up a very cool, and often overlooked part of Nashville: the historic Germantown district.
T-Rac's Posse is back on point and bringing the funny again.
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