It's not often that NFL players chime in on organizational decisions beyond hirings or firings in the coaching ranks, however, that's simply not the case in Houston this week.
The Houston Texans recently parted ways with their director of public relations, Amy Palcic, and Texans' star defensive end JJ Watt and wide receiver Kenny Stills made their opinion on the move known very clear, very quickly.
Clearly opposed to the decision, Stills even went as far to like a Tweet claiming that the Texans were one of the worst organizations in the NFL following the move.
As highlighted in a Tweet from Watt, Palcic was the first and only female head of PR for an NFL team, and an award-winning professional at that. While the Texans have clearly made their decision in the motion of this move, it's never a good sign to see one of your best players in outspoken disagreement with organizational change.
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