"I was disappointed, you know. I was disappointed," Bevell said, per The News Tribune. "I did have a history with him, and I thought it would be a different outcome. But I guess that's just the way it went. ... It's just disappointing."
"I had many conversations with him about it, just about his role and the things that we would ask him to do. He never articulated that to me," Bevell said. "I mean, he caught a deep ball in the Washington game (40 yards for what would have been a touchdown but for a personal foul on guard James Carpenter that negated the catch); unfortunately it got called back.
"But the thing was we wanted to make sure he was going to be involved in the game and get the touches. You know, you can just double-team somebody and just take him out of the game (with deeper balls). He never did. But we've moved on past that. It's left in the past."