His newest stance -- don't ambush me if you don't want me back -- is a far cry from his earlier statements that if he is not having fun he would just walk away from the game and his contract.
Now he's saying he wants to be paid to walk away. For a guy who has utterly stunk it up for three years, he relentlessly talks to the media and seems to want to be a spokesman, an elder statesman, for the team. Just shut up. (But he can't do that, otherwise his play would speak for him.)