That honor went to
"Josh Bynes probably, or whoever will be in there at inside linebacker," Pees said. "I hate to say Josh because it's only Thursday, so it's hard to tell. Whoever the inside backer is, one of them will have the headset on."
That responsibility could be exponentially more difficult this Sunday as quarterback
Bynes tried downplay the significance of him wearing the headset.
"That's what the middle linebacker is supposed to do," he said. "But I'm used to that. I've been doing that for a long, long time. In high school, I was the only one with a wristband, the only one telling the players what the play was. In college, I had the same responsibility. So now, it's no different than any other time in all of my years playing football. So I'm used to it."
Ayanbadejo said he has a lot of faith in Bynes to do the job capably.