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The Tennessee Titans selected Liberty QB Malik Willis with the 86th pick in the 2022 NFL Draft last weekend. It could be a really nice pick for them looking down the road, however, current Titans QB Ryan Tannehill doesn't seemed too thrilled about it. On Tuesday, he spoke to the media and made it clear he will not be mentoring Willis...
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Maybe it's because he was never told they were picking a QB...
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cbree8822 months
Ryan Tannehill is the epitome of a middle of the road quarterback. He’s not that great and not that bad. He definitely seems like a selfish prick right here though. I’m not a fan of his statement, here.
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Tiger in Texas22 months
Well, I see his point- why mentor someone the team is planning in all likelihood to take your job!
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Partha22 months
Typical selfish Aggy.
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AllenTXTiger22 months
Typical of a Texas A&M Aggie.
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cramps22 months
It's not his job to mentor Willis. This isn't a difficult concept.
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Placekicker22 months
Didn’t Favre say the same thing about Rodgers? Worked out ok for Rodgers in the end. Willis will survive not “being mentored” by RT.
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bcoop19922 months
Glad Alex Smith wasn't like that with Mahomes.
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eugene1928LSU22 months
What a weeny fannehill is.
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LuckyTiger5722 months
Wow. Tannehill sounds like a complete team player. The team does not have to inform you of their plans in the draft. You sound as if you know you are going to have some real competition in camp, and you don’t like it.
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Sid in Lakeshore22 months
And he doesn't have to "mentor". Coaches coach and players play.
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abellsujr22 months
“Coaches coach and players play.” Eh, not on championship teams. Not a fan of that blanket statement. With that said, it’s understandable that Tanny doesn’t want to be his potential replacement’s mentor. It’s essentially a business and Tanny getting beaten out could be the end of his career. So I’m not faulting him for going about his business. The only issue he has is how he comes across to his current team and his future landing spots. It could hurt him in the long run. But it’s his choice no doubt.
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Gee Grenouille22 months
The only people obsessed with winning are the fans and a few players. This is a business.
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LSU FSU Grad22 months
Nice headline Larry! That's NOT what he said. Maybe there is hope for you! Maybe you CAN be real media!
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Texas Weazel22 months
He's on a fast track to CNN.
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There are worse things than not being mentored by Ryan T.
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wilceaux22 months
Willis will definitely learn what not to do.
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eddieray22 months
He seems butthurt
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CanebreakCajun22 months
You’re a 33 year old qb. If you’re that worried about a rookie from Liberty, we’ll, that’s all anyone needs to know about you.
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surgicalvenom22 months
I know what these guys mean, but it always sounds bitter and defensive. Why not just say it's better for the coaches to to help him progress.
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Trauma1422 months
It's a tough question if you are not prepared for it. He simply could have said a healthy QB competition pushes both be to be better. I hope I push him to be the best he can be and, likewise, he pushes me to be better and we go out and win on game day!
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Lynxrufus201222 months
After watching against the Bengals maybe it is for the best.
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