Bottom line, the kid lost out on the opportunity to get drafted early and make 15-20 million dollars.
Because of that, his people informed teams to NOT draft him, so he would have the chance to pick the spot that was best for him, so in 2-3 years time, he can try to recoup some of that lost money.
The 32 teams did the right thing not taking him and trying to force him to play for them on some 7th round money, and let him decide where he wants to play and where he can have the best chance to earn that big second contract.
All of this, while being found clear of any and all charges. He lost out on 20 million dollars over something he had nothing to do with.
He deserves the right to pick the situation he likes best.
I hope he picks Miami, but I wish him well wherever he chooses.
Cept New England.
Or the Jets