LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers spoke with reporters on Tuesday afternoon and revealed there was a players-only meeting on Monday between quarterback Jayden Daniels and the wide receiver group.

According to reporters, Daniels was the one who initiated the meeting.



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This site is so weird. At least Daniel’s cares and is trying. At least they want to do better. I like how they are addressing this so early in the season. Let’s support our Tigers!
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well said
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So early? Is this a joke? We're one game from the season being halfway finished.
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Not a joke at all. How often do you see these player only meetings towards the end of the season once the wheels have already fallen off?
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Why in the world is he making this public? Some things just need to stay within the team.
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Indeed...
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Because he hears the noise from sites like this one and wants people to know that they know she need to shut up.
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It can only help. I’m glad to hear this happened. Hopefully it translates into more production on the field.
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I heard Jayden Daniels was headed to the meeting but took off running
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This is what natural leaders do when things aren't going well. Get our confidence and trust back in the passing game. The OL is playing much better. JD has more time to see the field. The WR's need to fight for the ball when it comes their way and realized its not going to be thrown perfectly every time. We need a decent passing game to win championships, so lets all work together to make it happen.
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Natural leaders don’t have to call meetings. They lead by example and performance.
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Or when they sense their job is on the line and want to poison others. Hope im wrong but the timeline here seems suspect.
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The kids are trying do do something about getting better and here goes some of the poisonous fanbase to tear them down like Snoop and TigerDebaiter here. Sad really.
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All great and dandy but let's see if any of it comes true. I saw Daniels talking to Boutte on the sidelines in game 1 and nothing happened after that. Seen Daniels talking to Boutte on sideline in game 5 still nothing. I still have my doubts Daniels changes but we shall see.
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The responses to this post are amazing. I think we might be the most divided fan base in college football.

The guy is trying to be a LEADER and we should respect and applaud it -- that's the it, that's the response.

Whether or not he executes in the field is completely independent to him trying to connect with his teammates and improve the mental aspect of the offense. Man, can we just CHILL and SEE WHAT HAPPENS.
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Nothing speaks like 250 yards passing in a game.
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it always seems weird to announce when these happen
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It's hard to tell from what we see on TV, but it's either these receivers aren't open or he just doesn't trust his arm as much as his feet. Either way, we're dead in the SEC if they can't figure out how to pass.
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I watch the WRs. They are so open it’s embarrassing. First cut, hit them, move the chain. We should have gone with Brennan. Our superstar WRs run routes just for exercise until the 4th quarter.
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I watched live at the Auburn game with a pretty good view. The WRs are open, he just is not pulling the trigger.
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10,000 catches
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No one on the offensive staff even knows about that anymore sadly. None of them were here for it.
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JD needs to have the same mentality as Joe did in 2019. My guys are better than yours and if you go man I’m going to throw it to him and trust he’ll make a play. Or if I stick in this pocket for a second longer I trust my guys will get open
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He can't make the throws that Joe made. And those guys aren't Chase and Jefferson either.
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Even if he can't make those throws and they aren't the same wr the post still has merit. That's what they need to be thinking.
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It’s not like Joe’s arm strength is much better than Daniels’. He DOES have at least enough arm to make those throws. If you’re talking accuracy it’s obviously a different story.
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He doesn’t read the field well. It makes matters worse that he has been very inaccurate with the throws he does make. I’d like for him to prove everyone wrong though.
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Good for Malik not rolling Kayshon when asked to do so. Stick together no matter what. The passing game might be weak but the culture isn't. It's coming, be patient.
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So what? He is who he has always been at qb....a rb.
Meeting doesn't mean ahit. Hes turned 2 all Americans into blockers.
He sucks
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Well, at least he’s doing all he can to try and connect with them.
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Lots of trust falls
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In a couple years he will be a humble millionaire. Good job Malik
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No meeting needing if you are playing your position how you should. He is single-handedly pulling the rug out of potential NFL careers for his wide receivers. This is not a Jayden Daniels showcase to get to the NFL by not distributing the ball. He make the decision quickly, release the ball, and let it fly.
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Wonderful young man and a hell of a football player
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