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Leonardo DiCaprio’s gif “I’m not going” is often seen in different situations. It seems very useful in this case.

During his pre-draft press conference, Texans GM Nick Caserio addressed persistent rumors that he might leave the team after the draft.

“Before we take any questions, frankly, I’m too embarrassed to say anything,” Caserio said at the start of his media presence. “Honestly, I feel like Leonardo DiCaprio. The Wolf of Wall Street. I’m not going. In fact, there were never any substantive discussions. My family and I are grateful and appreciative of our opportunity here in Houston. We realized when we got here, there was a lot of work to be done. And I think when you look at the landscape of the NFL, there’s a lot of work to be done in every organization. I think we have made some progress. We still have a lot of work ahead of us,” he said.

He attributed his speech to “information and topics” that come out throughout the year and “some are more accurate than others.” He also said I had an obligation to resolve the issue “to move on.”

The topic seemed to come up during the questioning (it was impossible to hear the reporter). Caserio said, “Again, you guys know more than I do. Again, I mean, my first inclination is, you know, people have been reaching out to me for the past week, and I’m literally like laughing. So I can’t tell anyone but myself. So, again, maybe you can dig into that.


All of this seems to be related to the question of whether Caserio will go on his own. It doesn’t completely eliminate the possibility that someone else (so-called owner) might want to make a change.

And that basically forces ownership to prove Caserio’s comments to put the case to bed.

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