Fisher tells Young not to attend team meetings


The feud between Jeff Fisher and Vince Young is getting more and more heated, as now Fisher says he had an assistant tell Young not to attend a team meeting.

While he’s not allowed at the meeting, the quarterback has not been banned from the team’s headquarters.

Fisher said Tuesday night on his weekly radio show that he looked for Young in the locker room before the team meeting. Fisher says he couldn’t find Young, so he sent an assistant coach to tell Young he was not welcome in the meeting for “obvious reasons.”

The coach says he didn’t want Young in Monday’s meeting because he had to update the Titans (5-5) on the quarterback’s situation.

Young, who had tossed his pads into the stands on Sunday, had a heated exchange with Fisher before Young stormed out of the stadium. Young needs season-ending surgery on his right thumb and was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.


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One Response to “Fisher tells Young not to attend team meetings”

  1. sullay says:

    Titans chose to fall apart at a time when they should be strong and be in competitive state. I’ve been a Oilers/Titans fan for the past twenty years. The team seems to have no desire to play and win although they have the talent. Coach Jeff Fisher appears to have lost the coaching edge over the team. He needs to resign or be fired. either way Coach Fisher must be replaced. The Titans poor performance is more than a quarterback issue. The team appears to lack discipline, and are poorly coached for today’s crowd. Jeff Fisher must go.

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