AUSTIN (KXAN) — Many Washington Redskins fans will agree that former Longhorn quarterback Colt McCoy made magic during Monday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys – one that went into an overtime victory. McCoy returned to Texas for the first time since his final college game in his home state.
Still, there’s a Vine from the game that’s making its rounds, and that seems to be a highlight, too. A reporter apparently wanted some post-game talk time with McCoy, but not so fast. A bodyguard — in all reality, Redskins representative and Communications Senior Vice President Tony Wyllie — steps in to interrupt and scoop McCoy away – but not before sharing some words first: “No means no!”
More information about Wyllie
Tony Wyllie is entering his 22nd NFL season and fifth as senior vice president of communications for the Washington Redskins, according to the team’s website. “Wyllie was hired in 2010 after serving 10 years as vice president of communications with the Houston Texans since the team’s inception in 2000. Wyllie is a senior advisor to the principal owner on all issues related to public perception of the franchise. He is responsible for shaping the team image through all public contacts and publicity generation. He serves as the liaison between the local and national media and the Skins’ ownership, front office, coaches and players. Wyllie oversees the coordination of all interviews for the club and serves as the team spokesman.”