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McKay had every ounce of power stripped from him. He had become a figurehead with no say in the football operations.What did you expect him to do?

I am no McKay fan but +1

McKay deserved to be stripped, he was a D-Bag and he refused to work with Gruden.  There was an immediate conflict and he lost.  Rather than leaving with class he decided to spit in everyone's faces.  Very similar to Freeman.  Low class moves by both of them.  That's not the kind of behavior that engenders sympathy.Oh, and he was demoted by the Falcons for a reason -- incompetence.

What happened once Gruden got his way? Goodbye Sapp, Lynch and Thomas Jones. Hello Charlie Garner, Matt Stinchcomb and Tim Brown.

+1!  McKay had every right to not want Gruden to make personnel decisions. Gruden's free agent signings were abysmal!!

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