Please do not let anyone else read this letter. They may make fun of me, and possibly you, and will never let me live it down.
From the bottom of my heart, I am truly appreciative for all your long hours in the office and diligent scouting you must have done while you were in Kansas City. Your success for picking top, affordable talent is obvious now, but it truly always was to me. Free agency started yesterday and it took my breath away when I logged onto Arrowheadpride and noticed the number of solid, high character contributors we lost off of our football team. See, before you got here we lost players that became free agents because they were so bad we did not want them, nor did anybody else. It is so complicated now. These players that we are losing to free agency are good and I don't want to lose them, but I understand they are getting huge contracts, and we just cannot afford them. I wish all of this was just a bad dream. However, you signed Matt Cassel and stuck to your guns with him. I commended your effort when you signed him, because there was no doubt we needed a quarterback of the future, but you were simply turning a blind eye to what everybody else could see. Cassel could not take care of the football, nor could he make big plays with his arm. I wish things could be different now, but I feel we have gone separate directions. It's a shame that this one small signing could have messed up our relationship so much. Unfortunately, I don't think we will ever be able to get back together, but I will never forget the good times we had.
Used to be together,