Sometimes I think this stuff gets blown out of proportion. If Landry was still here his attitude would be considered a winner's personality, or the way an elite WR should be. "I want my #1 WR to want the ball!" Would be the overriding sentiment. Same with Ajayi when he left. All of a sudden he was breaking with the design of the play. Had he still been here we would be praising his "runner's instinct". I didn't want Landry for the money he was asking, in fact I think I had him much lower then most people did at about 9-10 mil cap, but I still would love to have him on the team. He fought hard when he was on the field. No reports (that I can remember) of him being a cancer in the locker room. If Gase had decided to move on from Landry without making him a real offer, I would put some stalk into him being a problem, but all reports I heard was that we just couldn't come up to the level Landry wanted. Smart move by our front office, this type of contract would have handcuffed us moving forward.