"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
If true, what a terrible example to make.
Just out of the blue...you can't do ish until after week 5. That's ridiculous. Just because he got around the rules and got in when they wanted to keep him out...now they punish him?
Look I hate TP, but I hate NFL mgmt even more. How is this even remotely okay?
Maybe I misread and there is a rule in place, but if they're simply making this up as they go, I'd file charges against the NFL...how can he be eligible to be drafted, but not practice?
You are forgetting the Golden Rule: He who has the gold, makes the rules. The NFL can do what they want just like any other business entity out there.
That 5 game thing is gonna scare all those 3rd or 4th round hopes away who's gonna give up a pick that high in next years draft for a player that wont be available for a third of the season. I say 6th probably 7th round for pretty boy Pryor if he's drafted at all he better have a lights out Lil pro day or whatever workout they let him have
do you think pryor gave up info to NCAA to be eligible for the NFL draft?
Heard this on Karsch & Anderson today on 97.1.
The apparent honoring of his "suspension" basically means that whichever team swallows their pride and picks him up will not entertain the possibility of starting him until at least next year, I would think, so his adventure continues, it seems. Like I said in a post the otherday, he is his own syndrome....
No matter what he does with his life after college, we can always point and laugh at him, and the twisted values of the institution that made him who he is.