March 4th, 2017 at 2:17 PM ^

Article doesn't say much but according to a Robert Klemko from Sports Illustrated:

"Foster grew impatient with long line for exams... pulled the 'do you know who I am?' card. A male hospital employee, unimpressed, told him he would wait like everyone else. Foster warned the man that he'd put hands on him, and the employee said, simply, Do it. That's when the "face to face, heated exchange" happened, as Schefter reported."

This is after he reportedly had bad interviews all week.  Lol just cost himself a ton of money.


March 4th, 2017 at 8:45 PM ^

Can't wait to see how this overinflated assclown behaves after they hand him millions of dollars. Assault a doctor and he will be giving a lot of it back. Sorry but I have a lot more respect for a medical doctor over some fuck who can tackle people. Respect is a two way street no matter who you are.


March 4th, 2017 at 3:00 PM ^

Well, that's one way to learn that all the perceived pageantry of playing football for Alabama and in the SEC still amounts to being - at best - a minor regional celebrity in many cases, much like local newscaters, in a sense. Also, that's one awesome hospital employee - that man truly does deserve a raise for not putting up with Foster's shit. 

The Fan in Fargo

March 4th, 2017 at 7:57 PM ^

Even in the terrible years, the nation and beyond knew who Denard Robinson was. Go back to that same time frame and ask the majority if they know an SEC/Alabama player. You'd get answers like Tim Tebow and Johnny Manziel. That's truthfully about it. Tebow was before that too. SEC would've gone under had ESPN not become their promoter. They are still on the edge. Note how they got all riled up when Harbaugh started going down there. If they start losing all of their best players in their stronghold down there, they are over with. When teams like Michigan and Ohio and Penn can have their way and pickings, put a fork in their nice little run on the timeline. No one wants to go into the dirty south if they aren't winning NCs anymore and a majority won't want to stay. Why would you? There's nothing there.


March 4th, 2017 at 4:42 PM ^

Exactly. Charley Casserly tweeted that they worked him out as a WR and he looked like a 1st round pick there too. As I said, bench press doesn't mean shit. Good football players are good football players

Perkis-Size Me

March 4th, 2017 at 2:17 PM ^

Will raise some eyebrows but the impact to his draft stock will be minimal. He's still a first round talent and probably the best LB prospect in the draft.

However, this guy always struck me as not being the brightest crayon in the box. Anyone who gets an Auburn tattoo and then turns right around and goes to Alabama probably has less than stellar critical thinking skills.


March 4th, 2017 at 4:09 PM ^

He was an Auburn lock until his official visit and his hosts were such assholes to him he cancelled mid official, drove to Alabama that night for an unofficial and committed just to get his revenge on the field. So says Chuck Oliver. Think he mentioned some players getting dismissed from Auburn's team over it as well.


March 4th, 2017 at 7:37 PM ^

Reflect Leadership."  Julius Campbell - Remember the Titans (one of my favorite movies of all time).

I agree with some of the posters that this knucklehead will still do well in the draft, but man respect is lost on so many of these guys.