media lines. After a lackluster performance and yet another public
display of emotion, questions are now being raised about his ability
to lead on the field. Of course, it didn't help that he pulled a
disappearing act Sunday night after the game against Jacksonville.
His family was concerned about his mental state and contacted Young's
coach, Jeff Fisher. Fisher called the Metro Police and then the media
got involved. Needless to say, the Nashville media are covering this
story so much that even some sports fans are crying foul. My question
is what is the impact of the media, money and millions of fans on a
young person's quest for success? CBS sports anchor Hope Hines said
in a commentary that Young needs to get some big pants and do the
job. I understand that. I also see yet another young person who needs
mentoring. Why wait until he becomes a statistic and then say woulda,
coulda, shoulda? To connect the political does here, what about Sarah
Palin's daughter who is now in the media spotlight while pregnant?
Follow the logic, the weight of public scrutiny can affect anyone.
What happens when the member's of the media family need mercy.
Telling a story is one thing, exacerbating it is another.
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