When some coaches get fired, they either move into broadcasting or on to other coaching jobs with nary a word about their former employers. Better to go out gracefully and avoid leaving a trail of devastation in your wake. Evidently, former Seahawks head coach Jim Mora does not subscribe to that theory. Since he was handed his pink slip in January after a terrible 5-11 season (two of those victories were against the Rams, and another against the Lions), Mora has spent some time on the NFL Network, and a bit more time on Seattle radio making veiled statements about his former team. On Monday, he went on Seattle's ESPN Radio affiliate, laid it all out, and exposed some of his own worst tendencies.
Mora is a smart guy when it comes to X's and O's, but he hasn't always been so good with impulse control -- he was fired in Atlanta after saying on Seattle station KJR that if the head football coach job at the University of Washington, his alma mater, was ever open, "you'll find me at theRead More »from Jim Mora shows that honesty is not always the best policy