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The Tennessee Titans drafted Liberty quarterback Malik Willis and current quarterback Ryan Tannehill seems to have no interest in playing teacher.
“I mean, that’s part of being in the quarterback room, the same room,” Tannehill said. “We’re competing against each other. We’re watching the same tape; we’re doing the same drills. I don’t think it’s my job to mentor him, but if he learns from me along the way, then that’s a great thing.”
RYAN TANNEHILL, WHO WAS MENTORED AS A ROOKIE, DOESN’T FEEL A NEED TO MENTOR MALIK WILLIS
Hall of Fame NFL contributor John McClain weighed in on the Titans’ Tannehill situation with OutKick 360 on Tuesday and said veteran players are supposed to help young players.
McClain detailed his memories of Chris Chandler sabotaging Steve McNair back in the day, hear what he had to say below:
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Since NFL players are 1 play removed from injury, it would benefit you, and your team, to make sure your replacement was ready to step in and contribute, until your return, to the best of their ability. That would suppose you to be team player though.