Cohn acts as if the Harbaugh's #1 job is to answer his stupid questions. If I spent 10-12 hours most days coaching and office work/other day to day things I would get sick of taking some times as much as 45 minutes to an hour out of my long day to answer mostly dumb unimportant questions. Same thing with players... working out, running around in the heat and you have to talk with these guys. Especially, if they are taking what you say and trying to spin it in a negative way. I love being able to watch player and coaches press conferences/interviews but the time could be spent doing 100 other things more productive. I wonder if it's mandatory to do all these interviews... maybe just the post game conferences but I'm thinking some are because I would have thought Harbaugh would have put an end to it. If I am him and it's allowed I don't let them in the building.
I am referring to Lowell but his son isn't much better. I think Lowell just thrived for a decade with the team losing because there was so much more to write about and it comes easier. Now that the team is good he is going out of his way to find stuff to complain about. Also, that's how he stays relevant... best thing to do is just ignore them and don't read any of their articles. They are the type of journalists who get attention by writing crap and it's become popular these days. Why write a good article and get less views when you can write crap and have it piss people off and spread like wildfire? Some writers don't have integrity. P.S. I won't get into the twitter thing because I would get blasted but I wish Anthony would mature as well. I hate how immature he acts on twitter. He's a young kid though but it just makes himself and the organization look bad. Not talking about just the Cohn incident.... he writes inappropriate things a lot.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on May 13, 2012 at 9:00 PM ]