John Johnson 
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Re: “Newsweek tackles the mystery of Connor Halliday's failed NFL dream

We hope the best for him. The NEWSWEEK article was deplorable in that---why kick a guy when he's down?

Besides, we read there were two more additional QB's walking onto the field at the Redskin's camp for the Practice Squad QB, and that must have deflated Halliday, especially after he had been told he would be drafted, then not, then signed for a Practice Squad QB instead of a back-up QB, then more lesser known QB's piling on to compete, but by the time this Newsweek wonder journalist came along, Halliday had lost his girlfriend/wife. Talk about bad timing to do an interview. Where was Connor's Agent? What was the matter with him allowing this to happen?

Ultimately, Connor should not have even given the interview given his state of mind and recent losses. I don't know about "notifying" the Redskins after all the mistreatment they'd given him! Shifting stories like shifting sand. Maybe he should have talked to the Coach, OR let them cut him, but as he said, he'd been through an awful lot, especially physically. We support Connor, because we see REAL TALENT. We saw him play that night in Pullman, when he threw for 734 yards against Jared Goff (who is now being considered for the NFL). We hope this is not the end. We really do. We hope a team like the Dallas Cowboys will pick him up for the "talent" he has and is desiring to give it all 100%.

And, we hope there is no bias against him due to Mike Leach being his coach, but we just are dumbfounded about this negative article. Good luck and God Bless.

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Posted by John Johnson on 01/21/2016 at 8:59 PM

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