Jeff Fisher didn't respond to Vince Young's letter because his name was misspelled

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Vince Younger, Jeff Fisher (Getty Photographs)

Jeff Fisher admitted he received Vince Younger’s letter final yr, however by no means responded.

The previous Titans coach stated he wasn’t positive if Younger’s letter — which was an apology for his half of their tense relationship — was truly from him, since Fisher’s name was spelled flawed.

In accordance to Fisher — not Fischer — he obtained a letter with an College of Texas letterhead, the place Younger was working.

“Sure, I received a letter from Vince,” Fisher advised PaulKuharsky.com. “And I didn’t respond. My name was spelled improper on the letter, the letter got here from the College of Texas, and I had no means of understanding if it was (actually) from him. It got here from the athletic division. However my name was spelled incorrectly.

“I nonetheless have it. However I didn’t know if it was from him so I felt no want to respond.”

In a bit for Sports activities Illustrated in June, Younger stated detailed the variety of points reportedly between the 2, together with how Fisher would cancel conferences with out telling him, he leaked private conversations between the pair to the media, and that he advised individuals Younger was suicidal.

Fisher denied all these accusations.

“I’ve been requested many, many occasions to remark in response to three of his feedback, and I had nothing to achieve my commenting because all three of his feedback have been false, they weren’t true,” he stated. “I do know the reality, so I stayed away from all that.”