“He’s a champion, a multiple time champion,” McLaurin said. “He knows what it takes to get to the mountaintop, and that’s what we’re all chasing.”
“I had an opportunity to evaluate him coming out, and I thought the kid, he’s a heck of a player, a heck of a competitor,” Bieniemy said. “Still going through the evaluation process…..Sam has some stuff to him, but you always want to create competition. One thing I have to admit, I watched that last game he played [against the Cowboys], I saw that flex, and it got me fired up.”
Out are Jim Hostler and Drew Terrell. The two names who interviewed with Washington earlier this week were Chiefs running backs coach Greg Lewis and Stanford quarterbacks coach Tavita Pritchard.
Bezos, who’s worth more than $100 billion, was prevented by Snyder from entering the private auction though the Amazon founder wanted to participate, sources said.