Chairman & CEO of Team Bill
Yep.This is about as succinct as it gets. Looking back, it's crystal clear. He was sore about them trying to insure that if he did indeed fall of the cliff, they had a options. The whole no OTA's, not working with wideouts and his general demeanor, especially being such a whiny biotch in 2019... he could have handled it way better.
He stopped doing the things that made him the GOAT, went to Tampa and started doing those things again.
I totally subscribe to the notion BB did a lot of the alienating (contracts, booting Guerrero, not including Tom in the game-planning) as opposed to Tom being the catalyst but nonetheless Tom could have handled it better. Maybe BB could have handled the "Move On From Tom" plan better as well.
Whatever. Whats done it done.