Kendall asked about his injury

Q)Pete, is your current injury career-threatening?

Kendall: We will say not likely at this point.

Q)What exactly is it?

Kendall: I'm not allowed to talk about injuries.

Q)Were you hoping that the stationary bike would take off like Harry Potter?

Kendall: ET is more of my speed.

Q)Did you speak to anyone in the organization last night?

Kendall: It's pretty much status quo.

Q)Do you think they are concerned that if they cut you, you will sign with Miami, fill their left guard spot, and also tell them a lot of secrets about the Jets?

Kendall: I'm surprised that I have been here for all the installation (of the playbook).

I just think it's a matter of time, but maybe it isn't. I don't know.

Q)If they don't trade you, who would you feel if you are starting the opener?

Kendall: I don't know. That is a good question. I don't really have a good answer for you right now.

Q)Can you tell us about your meeting with Mike Tannenbaum?

Kendall: We had a conversation. I don't think it changed anything. Mike has his position, and I have mine. It's unfortunate that they are so opposite each other, but that is where we are.

Q)How is Neil Schwartz holding up with the Revis holdout and your situation?

Kendall: He's not anywhere close to the ledge yet.

Q)What are you thoughts on the Revis holdout?

Kendall: I certainly have lots of thoughts, but I don't think it would be appropriate for me to comment on it.

Q)Do you think you are alienating any of your teammates with the position you have taken?

Kendall: I don't know if any of my teammates have a problem with me about the stance I have taken. As you would expect, whether it be me, or anybody else, teammates are supportive of somebody in this situation, and that is certainly the case here.


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