Some Redskins fans have a bad habit of assuming the worst. That maybe Turner got the job because O’Connell passed on it. That’s not the case, per multiple sources.
“He’s regaining feeling and power,” Kawa said. “It shows the nerve is firing. When he moves his leg upward, he can feel around the ankle and the top part of the foot. That’s a new thing. The next 60 days are going to be big as far as getting back to normal.”
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“He does compete, he’s a competitor. And if I have a football player on my roster who’s a competitor, who wants to be out there, who fights hard and plays hard, I’m [going to] find a way to put him in position to make plays,” Hall said. “I think we could’ve done a much, much better job of putting Josh in position to make plays.”
“You’ve got to be the most committed guy in the building,” said Turner, who spent the past two seasons as Carolina’s quarterbacks coach. “Your teammates have to see that, the coaches have to see that because that is how you develop trust and that is how you develop leadership.”
“Countless examples” of players not in the proper position before the snap. Players looking around and talking, as if asking each other what was going on. A lack of urgency. “There was an issue there,” Del Rio said.