An attorney for the family of Jordan McNair, who died following an organized summer workout at Maryland in June, says he does not share D.J. Durkin’s confidence in the program’s safety procedures.

During B1G Media Days on Tuesday, Durkin said he’s confident in his staff and the safety procedures that are in place at the University of Maryland in wake of the death of 19-year-old and former Terrapin Jordan McNair this summer.

McNair died following an organized summer workout in June. He was rushed to a hospital after he collapsed at the end of the workout.

The University hired an outside athletic training consulting firm to investigate and review the handling of the situation involving McNair. Durkin said that he is confident that his staff and the athletic department have the proper safety procedures in place.

“We want the same answers. To speak to someone and tell them what happened that day is fine,” Durkin said at B1G Media Days, according to ESPN. “There were a lot of people there. Be honest, be truthful, be forthright, and let’s get the answers.”

But Hassan Murphy, a partner at Murphy, Falcon & Murphy, issued a statement saying he doesn’t share or understand the confidence that Durkin has in the safety procedures.

“We do not share Coach Durkin’s confidence, and we frankly don’t understand his confidence given that a beloved player of his has died on the practice field and without the benefit of a full and complete investigation,” Murphy said. “His confidence amplifies our fear that the University’s investigation will be driven by the their self-interest. We will await the completion of their investigation but more importantly, ours.”

Durkin said that an external investigation was requested immediately.

McNair was mentioned in the opening statement of Durkin’s press conference at B1G Media Days Tuesday in Chicago, saying that “we’re a team playing for Jordan this year.”

Durkin also stated that the Terrapins plan to do some things to honor McNair throughout the season, but did not provide any details.