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Got cut from espn
5min of Drew talking shit and that's it!? Boo
Maybe it's tattoos, maybe it's marijuana or...............
Maybe it's maybelline!
This Rosenhaus guy is a doucher
but I really couldn't listen to the agent anymore, and had to get back to work.
Pryor is just sitting there looking like a goon.
Can anyone enlighten me on the supplemental draft? Do teams take greater risk compared to the regular draft? Or is Drew blowing smoke when he says Pryor should go in the first round?
Pryor going in the first round means the team that picks him loses their first round draft pick in the 2012 draft. It's NOT... GOING... TO... HAPPEN...
I thought I read about that somewhere but wasn't sure. With that being the case, there is no way a team would risk it.
I loved the farce of a comparison Drew made to Cam Newton. What a joke.
without Pryor speaking at all?
When I turned it on he was just stumbling over lines that he intended to return to OSU to finish his degree in the future, and that he would work hard to be a model citizen off the field.
As a poster said above, words cannot describe how horribly he spoke.
5 minutes of information that we already knew. Just wasted 5 minutes of my life.
what a crock of shit that presser was
a few days ago .... maybe 7th round. I tend to think he'll go 3rd round if he works out well for teams.
The teams bid on the players in a supplemental draft (If I read correctly) so lets say Cleveland wants him they can say offer a 7th rd pick for him, but maybe Kansas City says they will give a 5th round for him. If no one else will offer higher, then KC has drafted him and they give up their 5th round draft selection for next season.
It’s a silent auction, you put a round you would take him in an envelope and whomever has the highest bid wins (or loses).
I'm pretty sure with the lockout, he isn't allowed to work out for teams. There is no supplimental draft combine. He might very well go 3rd round if he could work out for teams and let them judge his willingness to switch to WR if QB doesn't work out, but since they're basically going to have to draft him on a wing and a prayer he's going to go several rounds lower then he otherwise would. This is why all the 6th/7th round talk is getting thrown around despite his undeniable athletic talent.
If there's one guy who likes to hear his own voice and see his own face more than Pryor, it's Drew Rosenhaus.
If only all sports agents were like Rob Pelinka.
I'm assuming the pay scale for players taken in the supplemental draft is generally much lower than those taken in the regular draft?????
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If TP is 9 credits shy of graduating--he of the infantile term paper and the inarticulate "everybody kills people" line and other idiotic statements--then that school is even easier to get through than I ever imagined. Or I suppose he could be lying . . .
Everybody passes..........everybody graduates.........everybody gets a car
Think of the role model and influence he can have on the younger players when he comes back as a student. No more burden of NCAA rules, he could really do a great job in corrupting the young...
I remember his epic press conference with Terrell Owens. When Rosenhaus wasn't saying, "next question" to the gathered media, he was professing his deep love for Owens. I needed to take a shower after watching it. He and TP are made for each other.
What did he say in it?