I actually think that Gase responded to it correctly today. He spoke with Reshad directly and found out there was an issue. He largely defended Jones and said he was going to be more involved with the defense. I’m sure there are a lot of players in the locker room that agreed with those actions today.It's a mark against Burke, Gase, the whole coaching staff and at least some players (who are the "leaders" among them? Or rather, where are they?). It's even more disappointing/frustrating than this stretch of injury hell. Despite a near-miraculous 5 - 4 record (thank you, Albert Wilson, and special teams unit!), Gase seems to be on the precipice of losing this team. For the first time (when taking the injury situation into consideration), I'm feeling like anything short of qualifying for the playoffs should put Gase's job in jeopardy. And this team, as it is currently functioning, is not qualifying for the playoffs.
My takeaway is Burke is on thin ice. There are other issues that don’t look great, however, I would say that Gase has handled this particular incident about as well as possible.