- Joined Jul 14, 2007
Keep Hard Knocks away from the city of Chicago. That show is bad luck and we don't need that ******* circus around us.
Lyeria had real off field problems though, so that's not a good comparison.Colt lyerla was probably the most talented TE in this draft, without his off the field stuff he's going pretty high
Teams want nothing to do with him
Look at how many heisman winners are out of the league right now.. Chad lavalais who won he same award went in the 5th.. Then you have all the sec defensive players that left for the draft last year
The truth of the matter is he's an undersized 4-3 defensive end and doesn't have the agility to be a 3-4 OLB.. So that makes him a situational pass rusher and those guys don't got til the 4th or 5th.. And this was a very deep draft
I gotta agree with this post. I mean, if you think about the highly scrutinized process an NFL draft prospect goes through during evaluation of skills, athletic ability, intellectual horsepower and moral character--You're bound to learn a lot about the person, inside and out.I guess the crucifixion of Pacman Jones on the cross didnt work out to well for the NFL's image...
I wonder how long it will take before the NFL starts being implicated in some of these cases?
Background checks? Interviews? Psychological analysis? BULL
They harbor criminals and they cover up what ever they can until it blows up in their face and then they pretend there was no way they could have known anything.
I am not saying they knew that AH was Tony Montana but cannot believe they had no idea he was into shady business.
No, I do not want the NFL to do anything. They will reap whatever they sow as the saying goes. The more shady people they let into the league because they are good football players the more egg they will wear on their face. At some point the risk outweighs the reward. I think Aaron Hernandez is blowing that risk model they were using out of the water.What are they supposed to do to find out someone is a killer that the ****** law didn't find out for two years..
You want the NFL to punish players on predictions of doing criminal things?
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