Last month, over 300 young, aspiring football players from all over the country made a pilgrimage to Indianapolis to be measured and tested in every conceivable way.
The NFL Combine, held annually in February, features college football’s top players competing in a series of drills designed to help NFL talent scouts and coaches separate the contenders from the pretenders in preparation for the upcoming NFL Draft.
While the week-long spectacle offers a potpourri of physical (and mental) tests and challenges — vertical leap, broad jump, bench...!--more-->
I don't like Johnny Manziel. Not at all
He's far too arrogant and cocky for my taste. Here's a 21-year kid who has the world at his fingertips, and instead of being humble and grateful, he celebrates after throwing touchdown passes by pretending to count his money.
That said, as much as I like my athletes to be humble and dignified
, the NFL scoring system does not currently award any points for being a nice guy.
Moreover, big egos and big mouths...