Dick Vermeil is not happy with Deshaun Watson. The former NFL coach has been following Watson's feud with the Houston Texans and believes he should just go and play football. Vermeil also had a message for the Texans on how to handle Watson. Watson has been frustrated with the Texans' process of hiring a new general manager.
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He remembers the grind, the sweat, the determination required as he and his teammates completed two-a-days in the heat and gave everything they had to prove themselves and make an impression. In reality though, it's been 40 years since that experience. Forty years since Papale beat the odds and made a name for himself as the year-old rookie who surprised all the doubters and made the Eagles' roster. When first-year Eagles head coach Dick Vermeil announced the Eagles would hold open tryouts in , Papale took a leap of faith.
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Vermeil, however, did not have a lot of sympathy for Watson. First, if Texans owner Cal McNair told Watson he would have input into the front office and coaching situation, then he should stick to his word. Second, this whole situation with Jack Easterby seizing control of the organization, ignoring the search committee and having his run of the place all seems bizarre. The question now becomes whether Watson will start behaving like James Harden in the hopes of getting himself shipped out of Houston. Though Watson signed a new deal, the Texans will have little choice but to play ball with him if he becomes enough of a pest.
Growing up in Calistoga, Calif. During the season, he said I could play college football if I wanted. I never gave it a thought before that because no one ever told me I could, especially being in that little school and in that environment. Instead, he attended a junior college for a year and a half before walking on at San Jose State. He eventually earned a scholarship, graduated and began his coaching career at Del Mar Calif.