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06-11-2013, 07:52 PM
Provolone & The Neck
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I want no part of a player that is quitting on drills int he combine and blowing it in interviews. You can say it doesn't matter because he has the skill, but is that really a risk you want to take with your first round draft pick? Sure, he may be fine and this may be a non-issue in the end, but it also could be a big issue. If he is quitting on combine drills, what makes you think he won't quit on a play?

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