Glazer Praised For Interview, But Many Remain Skeptical Of Incognito
Reaction on Twitter to Jay Glazer's interview with Richie Incognito consisted of some praise for Glazer, and kudos to Incognito's PR team. There also was mixed reaction regarding Incognito's stance. SI.com's Richard Deitsch tweeted, "Glazer acknowledged that he has a previous relationship with Richie Incognito at the start. That was a must for viewers and they did it." Boston Herald's Gerry Callahan wrote, "Bryant Gumbel was right about Jay Glazer: He's a jock sniffer. But he's the BEST jock sniffer in the business. He just earned his Fox salary."
ESPN.com's Andrew Brandt: "Watching @68INCOGNITO interview done in LA, home of his agent, who certainly coached him up." FoxSports.com's Jimmy Traina posted, "I'll say this for Richie Incognito... he hired a great PR firm. They got him trained well for this." Deitsch added, "Will re-watch Glazer interview multiple times today. Some v. good Qs. Punted on any hard Qs on allegedly harassing a women at a golf course."
CBSSports.com's Gary Parrish: "I'm still not exactly sure what to make of Richie Incognito. But he helped himself with that interview." Sporting News' Troy Machir tweeted, "I would have liked to see Glazer ask Incognito a/b the golf course incident, but can't imagine Richie's people signed off on that question." CBSSports.com's Gregg Doyel: "Don't know what to make of Jonathan Martin, but I don't believe a word out of Richie Incognito's mouth." Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel: "Haven't written about Incognito-Martin in part because I don't know what really happened. And still don't. Great reporting work by Glazer."