“Honestly, I’m not having the fun I’m used to having,” Rolle told a Miami radio station. “I feel like if he (Coughlin) just loosened up just a little bit, still run the ship the way you want to run it, still run the program the way you want to run it but let us have a little fun, because at the end of the day that's what it's all about.”
Rolle was accompanied by another former Miami Hurricane alum, his Giants teammate, Kenny Phillips.
"I would love to play for a guy like Rex," Phillips said. "He goes to bat for his players. He'll take the blame, he allows you to be you. He's not asking you to hide. If you're a guy who likes to talk, go out and talk, long as you back it up. Like 'Trel said, His guys are playing for him and I'd love to be a part of that."
Bad move, Kenny....don't forget this team and this coach stood by you while you recovered from knee surgery. The Jets didn't do that for Leon Washington, remember? Show a little loyalty!
As for Rolle, who signed a record deal for a safety last March....what's the matter with him...? The checks have been clearing, I'm sure....