According to this story by D. Orlando Ledbetter from the AJC, the players have largely rallied behind Mora in the wake of his exceedingly ill-advised radio comments. I found this a little surprising, to say the least. DeAngelo Hall was perhaps his staunchest supporter.
That's a very strong defense from one of the team's most outspoken and visible players, and it definitely counts for something. Mora has always struck me as a likeable coach to his players, and Hall's support would seem to, well, support that. Other players seem to fall into the "I don't like it, but we have to focus on the rest of the season" camp, including Alge Crumpler:
That's a little less of a ringing endorsement. Then again, Crumpler is a very intense player, so maybe that's about what's to be expected. It is clear, however, that the players aren't going to be publicly calling for Mora's head, which is probably a good thing in the long run. I just wonder what they'll think if he's fired after the season. I may have underestimated his support in the locker room, so I hope the team can rally around him and get into the playoffs, because that's bigger than the radio flap, for sure.