WRONG. Frank did the wrong thing, as far as being a member of the media. Confronting him like a man would be meeting him outside Baptist Sports Park and asking him if he had something to say. What Frank did was put the media's access to the practices in jeopardy. Had it been any other member of the media, the organization would have faced being banned or even the entire media would have been banned from practices. Media attending practices is a priviledge, not a right. Let's take away the names and look at the "crime". A member of the media started a "female dog" fight with a Titans player. I'm talking about when he starting getting personal on the air with his dislike of Pacman. Frank was out of line. If he was doing this with any other player, Frank would be the one catching grief. As I've stated before, Pac has a well known history of making snide and humorous comments to media on the sideline. People say it's like a belligerant child acting out. All members of the media who have been the recipient of such comments have simply ignored them. From what I understand, Fisher has respect and love for Frank, but he has a team to think about and due to business reasons, must take Pacman's side in this. TNThunder, you are correct about my sources being different than the Tennessean's. Mine is more accurate. No reliable sources have agreed that Pac started using actual cuss words. And at first, Pac was right up in Wycheck's face and no one could hear what Pac said. Gunny was making his comment because he has inadvertantly become my text message buddy and knows too much of my business! Business of which he should not reveal! By the by, Gunny, you are now officially "Roo Breath" on my text message list.