First caller I heard came right out of the gate and asked Mularkey why he walked away from the Bills. MM wouldn't divulge too many specifics but said the "direction the organization was heading" wasn't something he agreed with. He did, however, reference the decision to cut Bledsoe and start Losman after "all of the momentum" the team had built with their run at the end of the 2004 season. Certainly made it sound as though he was "told" to start Losman over the wishes of himself and the veterans on the team.
It was a curious comment, since MM also said he had a good relationship with Donahoe going back to their days in Pittsburgh. We have always been led to believe Ralph had stepped away when he made Donahoe president/GM, so was it Donahoe who pushed Losman on MM or Ralph? Donahoe was fired after the 2005 season, shortly before MM resigned.
One more thing -- MM said the Pats* "had to have known" AH was up to no good. He said there is so much information brought to the HC's attention during the season about what different players are up to.
I couldn't listen to any more of the show so if anyone heard additional commentary please share.
Edited by eball, 03 July 2013 - 12:40 PM.