Here’s a question: If you’ve recently been appointed CEO of an NFL organization historically owned and operated by thin colonels, how would you react to seeing your quarterback asking some tough but fair questions from a local news reporter?
You might think, Boy, those questions sure made me sad! But part of my job here is to be a new face to the organization and go through the nitty-gritty and rough times you mentioned earlier, so I’m going to leave it at that. If that’s the case, you’re definitely not Jason Wright, president of the Command Group:
For asking some pointed questions of a veteran quarterback threatening a man’s access? i thought Tony Wylie doesn’t work there!
Then again, maybe Wright is after something else. He is more concerned with preserving his traditions than trying to help usher in a new era for his commanders. If that’s the case, he’s succeeding greatly: Scott Abraham works for the station the group once forced. Cover training camp from the parking lot.