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I’ve often wondered why some NFL General Managers choose to take a “holier than thou” approach to selecting hot college football talent when draft day rolls around.  For many, there is an apparent double-standard when it comes to character issues.  Once you’re in the league, character issues generally result in hand-slaps, a mild pilfering of a player’s bank account, and repeated chances to become a better citizen.  However, you have to get into the league first in order to get that sort of treatment.  So, should NFL General Managers just disregard character issues with the hot college prospects?  I believe so.

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