** note that after posting this I noticed there was a previous post on the same subject **
that was the quote from Parker's agent.....see link for full story....
Although we could simply dismiss this as typical agent talk the guy does come on strong, and does so publicly. Agents typically take the high road in client/team matters as it doesn't make much sense to alienate his client's employer so it has to be that the guy and Parker have reached the point where they are fed up with Gase's head games and public misinformation about the player. It makes the player look bad that he's continually "hurt", and maybe he's not.
Agents, like players, coaches and club execs, talk to their like kind on other teams, and clearly this guy sees the same pattern emerging here with his client, a pattern that Gase has fed upon in his 3 years here. Today, all we see is Gase protecting Parker's trade value but there's probably a whole lot going on behind the scenes we don't see.
So much for the so-called fixed lockeroom Gase swore he had, just part of his annual BS.
Watch how Parker, now that they need him, suddenly, miraculously recovers in time for the Thursday game. https://www.palmbeachpost.com/sports/20 ... -adam-gase
Adam Beasley & Barry Jackson wrote:
Parker was inactive for the fifth time in seven games this year, and Gase told reporters that Parker, who has been dealing with a strained quad, “is not completely healthy yet.”
That incensed Gould, who released a blistering statement to reporters Sunday evening:
“I am responding that he is not telling the truth and his decision was an example of poor management and cost the team the best opportunity to win,” Gould wrote. “He continues attacking the health of my client and this is not acceptable. Parker is not only healthy but wants to help this team win and the only real question that should be asked is how does Coach Gase justify his own incompetence. They averaged only 6.1 yards per pass catch (Sunday). They needed Parker who is completely healthy and was in full participation all week and in warm ups this morning.
“Something smells in Miami.”
Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/nfl/ ... rylink=cpy