Originally posted by brodiebluebanaszak:
Stop raging dude.
I am facetious about locking the thread.
But it's not a bad idea to prevent a lot of aimless speculation about a guy who just may simply decide he doesn't want to get beat up for a living.
Thanks for showing me up on the Nehemiah thing too. What's the point of comparing Nehemiah, an expensive bust, with Kyle Williams whose most recent season was cut short with a knee injury? I don't get it. All I'm saying is that the worlds best 440 hurdler came into camp with combine numbers to die for and eventually decided he really wasn't into getting smacked in the face.
It's a "risk" for those who come into football late. ALthough, really, it's common sense for most people with other wage earning options.
I thought the idea of locking the thread was both outrageous and preposterous--and still do.
You still think locking the thread is a good idea--I still disagree.
You brought Renaldo into the discussion.
Nehemiah eventually gave up the game, but that was a long eventually; he did play for three years/
You might consider checking your facts.
Renaldo was not the world's best 440 hurdler.
He dominated the 110 meter high hurdles; set the world record and was the first man to run 110 highs under 13 seconds.
All his records were in the high hurdles. He set world records in 50 meter, 55m, 50 yard, and 60 yard high hurdles.