"It's never really been about the military of veterans," Conley said this earlier week. "Guys are continuing to have a dialogue and discussion, and that's the beautiful thing about a locker room, and what we want to take out there, is that people may not agree. They can talk about things. And ultimately we can talk about things as brothers, and we support each other."
"Jeremy called me shortly after he got off the phone with the staff here and just let me know he wasn't going to be here anymore, that we needed to take the things that he's taught us and move forward with it, that we know what to do and that we're ready," Conley said. "I told him thank you."