Brown blew so many assignments that the new coaching staff is concerned about his ability to follow direction and explicitly told him he's under the gun. If it was only a few, I doubt they'd be concerned yet they are.That alone tells you all you need to know.This point is not up for debate, this is a clear fact. The coaches were under no obligation to "listen" to a second year guy with an attitude.He was neither a coach nor a vet experienced enough to demand input. His job was to do as he was told which is the easiest thing for a player to do and he wouldn't. Comparing what he did to what Kendall did, doesn't work. Kendall was always exactly where he was supposed to be and we saw the results of that through his play. Brown many times wasn't where he was supposed to be and we saw the results of that through his getting benched.