To truly get coach and GM on same page, Amy Adams Strunk needs to extend Jon Robinson

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Mike Vrabel’s recognition of the tone-setting importance of his relationship with Jon Robinson was significant on Monday.

VrabelRobinson“(Our) relationship is going to set the standard and the tone for the entire organization,” he said. “That relationship will be built on, obviously, alignment and loyalty and trust and mutual respect.

“We're going to disagree on players, we're going to disagree on things, and at the end of the day, somebody has to make a decision and move on.

“But I said that that will be the most critical relationship in the building. When we walk out of his office or we walk out of my office, we're going to walk down the hallway, people are going to look and they’re going to notice what's going on with Mike and Jon. Are they together? We're going to lead my staff, his staff and the entire building with that in mind.”

Here’s something I believe Amy Adams Strunk should keep in mind: A coach and a GM on different contractual schedules leads to problems.

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