"You hate this for anyone," Griffin said per ESPN. "You know it's a business and one day my day will come. Just knowing outside of football telling your family you have no job or got to move again and everyday life things that goes on behind the scenes has to be the toughest. I will say I have a lot of respect for coach Whiz and I wish him the best."
"Not one person is solely responsible for not winning," McCourty said. "Up to players to do their job."
While Titans players showed sympathy for their former head coach, Matt Leinart -- who played for Whisenhunt for three seasons in Arizona -- had a contrary opinion for his former coach.
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