Telling Sideline LaughterJune 29th, 2012
A couple of weeks ago, Joe brought you highlights and a link to the lengthy return of Raheem Morris to a media podium, this time as secondary coach for the Redskins.
Now CSNWashington.com is offering a video snippet of Raheem’s chatter in a short feature on the ex-head coach. You can hear Raheem talk about not having an ego — followed immediately talking about how he’s one of the best in the world at his job.
But most distressing and telling to Joe, is the footage of Raheem on the sideline during last year’s home beating at the hands of the Panthers. The Bucs were in the midst of their heinous losing streak, the Panthers had scored a touchdown on their opening possession, and there’s a Buccaneer standing directly behind Raheem laughing his head off.
The Bucs trailed that entire game from the Panthers’ opening-drive TD. That laughter behind Raheem was quite telling.