I think that's nonsense. I think LJ just told him not to say anything to weaken his leverage...not that he really has any leverage to begin with. Nobody wants him.
It's going to be fascinating to me to see how long it takes Lamar to finally get it through his head that the only people who think he's worth what he's asking are the people in his camp. If Pride truly goeth before the fall, he's in store for a big ass fall. Personally, I still hope the Ravens move on at the earliest reasonable opportunity.
Teams want him. Saying nobody wants him is factually false. Their are, at minimum, 17 or 18 teams out there that would gladly replace their current starting QB with Lamar.
What is true, is that no one currently wants him at his current price.
Huge difference between no one wants him, and no one wants to pay him what he's asking. On top of teams not wanting to do the work for the Ravens, and alienate their current starter by going after Lamar, only to have the Ravens match the offer.
Regardless, he can only price himself out of a job for so long. Unfortunately, I think becoming an UFA and not getting what he wants will be the only thing that breaks his pride, and finally brings his price down.
If anyone signs Lamar to an offer sheet, my gut still says it's the Colts after the draft.