I have learned awhile ago not to put anything past the NFL. And you know what? Maybe this is actually a move to make it's players feel more comfortable. How often do players take to social media to voice their completely biased opinions on anything and everything? For a league that clearly has an image issue, in part because of it's players inability to go radio silent, it's certainly doing a great job of giving credibility to subjectivity within 140 characters.
Why should Peyton go back to the Broncos? He's clearly lost a lot and half of his offensive weapons have disappeared. Why do the Jets, Bills, Jaguars, and Raiders still exist? Why does Eli Manning show up to work if they can't find anyone worth a damn to block for him? Why are the Eagles even planning a training camp if their current starting quarterback will be injured by the first preseason game? Hmm, NFL. I don't know? I thought a major selling point of the NFL was that teams can rise from the ashes to prominence. For a league that constantly promotes parity, they are certainly making a parody of themselves with this tweet.
I never knew losing a tight end, a second year wide receiver, and an offensive guard, and in turn boasting one the best corner back tandems in football as well as stabilizing your offensive line and tailback depth was a white flag of sorts. Learn something new everyday. I thought defense and strong line play wins championships all this time. Go figure it's all about constantly injured tight ends and diva wide receivers. Guess I should cancel my Sunday Ticket package. If a league says that a team isn't going win that very same league they probably know more than I do. Oh well, there is always 2016 New Orleans, it was a fun offseason while it lasted...
I don't think Sean Payton got the news yet...