Originally Posted by Ward
I doubt Garrett likes him, but it couldn't possible hurt to have a QB in camp who already knows Garrett's offense to talk to Romo/Johnson, as well as receivers and backs. I usually don't disagree with you, but I don't know how this is a negative thing.
Not saying him being in camp is bad. I am fine with him being in Texas for a cup of coffee and a donut.
What I am saying is that I hope that Garrett's comment is not serious about Brock as a football player.
If it is, it speaks poorly to his ability to understand the difference between "promise" and performance. Brock always had promise but never performed.
It is an issue many bright people have, which Garrett is, when evaluating subordinates.