Hey Jaguars fans,
Let me first start off, by saying ...I really love the staff on BCC and they all are great people. I am also very fortunate that I had DL Austen Lane or RB coach, Earnest Byner write blogs. I know I got a bunch of feedback on my interviews with Austen Lane or with Kevin Haslam or with Earnest Byner or with Donovin Darius.
I'm VERY EXCITED that my 100th total interview brings me back to the Jaguars fans. I got great feedback from all of you on all of the interviews I posted, and you didn't seem to mind that I made them FanPosts instead of FanShots!! I have received hundreds and hundreds on comments upon all my postings on BCC, and it really shows how awesome this community is! THANK YOU!!
Here's some information on Leon Searcy... He signed with the Jaguars in the free agency period between the 1995 and 1996 NFL seasons. He played with the Jaguars for five years, and started 63 games for them. He talked about the difference between a coach like Bill Cowher (Pittsburgh) and Tom Coughlin (Jacksonville) was for him! Here's a quote from Leon Searcy from the interview! Here is the link to the interview too.. http://prointeviews.org/LeonSearcy
Tom Coughlin was not a players’ coach my first year with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was a dictator. He was, ‘Do it my way or the highway, or you’ll be gone.’ There was no room for error with Coughlin. Everything was fine-able from how you sat in meetings to coming late, this and this, this and that, throwing your helmet during practice, all of this kind of stuff. When I first got to Jacksonville, I thought everything was just so petty. I had just left the Pittsburgh Steelers and Bill Cowher where I believe he treated you like a man. When I went to Jacksonville, it was like being in preschool.Source: Pro Interviews
Thank you so much for letting me share this in a FanPost. I really hope I get a lot of feedback from all of you again. Thanks so much for being welcoming the other times that I've been here.
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