Eight people at the practice described the episode to The Dallas Morning News. In addition, they described a debilitating and divisive culture fostered by Mays, including needlessly cutting players from the roster, threatening to speak negatively to future employers and taking issue with a player not running due to injury. All of this occurred during the 2017-18 season.
Those who spoke to The News about the incident have different recollections of the exact wording from Mays. But all agree he suggested taking their lives was the best recourse for players who didn’t want to compete.
That doesn’t sound like the behavior of a guy who wears a bow tie. Maybe he wears the bow tie as a way to disguise his abusive intentions.
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