Willis calls Tannehill ‘A Good Dude’ Even after Mentorship Rejection

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On his first day of rookie camp, Malik Willis of the Tennessee Titans called veteran QB Ryan Tannehill “a good dude” and said he had been to Tannehill’s house already where they “chopped it up.” Remember, Ryan Tannehill said last week that it was not his job to be a mentor to the first-year quarterback out of Liberty.

It is a very good sign for the Titans that Malik didn’t take what Tannehill said horribly and has already been over to his house. It seems like the Tannehill comments last week might have been nothing more than Twitter fodder, and the two quarterbacks are good with each other at this point.

Other than a few botched snaps in practice today, there does not seem to be all that much for Mike Vrabel to worry about here.

Written by Bill Graff

Lifelong fan of all things sports and of common sense. I watch a lot of sports, just ask my wife. Go Terps. I've got soul, but I'm not a soldier.

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  1. I have never understood why anyone would be expected in any way, shape, or form to help groom someone to put themselves out of a job. A very awesome, lucrative job at that. Tannehill has the right stance here, and so does Willis.

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