Damarious Randall Disappearance Coach’s Decision
Well, this mystery has been solved. Damarious Randall sucks.
Oh, wait, that wasn’t a mystery. Damarious Randall has sucked for over a year now. The mystery was why did Damarious Randall leave the sideline after getting pulled on Thursday night.
It was initially assumed Randall walked off because he was angry about being taken out of the game. Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says it was a coach’s decision.
Apparently, Randall needed an attitude adjustment. Or at least that’s the assumption because such a move is nearly unprecedented.
“It was a coach’s decision,” McCarthy said during his Friday news conference. “My decision to send him to the locker room and frankly, we’ve got to be real honest here, we’re going to start evaluating and regulating conversation and things that go on on an NFL sideline? Let’s be real here. I know someone might make a good drama series out of it or something, but it’s not going to happen here.
“It’s an internal matter as I stated (Thursday) night. Anytime things happen throughout the course of our operation, whether it’s in a game, practice and so forth, I can promise you there’s dialogue and it’s an internal matter that’s being handled internally. I will make it clear because it was on the field, it was a coach’s decision, my decision, for Damarious to go into the locker room.”
What will be interesting is if the Randall will be in the Packers’ lineup moving forward. We’ve already heard he won’t be cut. However, Josh Hawkins played much better than Randall has.
Not only has Randall been bad, but when finally given a chance, Hawkins was solid.
It has also been reported that Randall actually left the stadium before the game was over. That was not confirmed by McCarthy.
However, it would certainly seem like it’s Hawkins’ time.