Originally Posted by Playoffs
Don't know anything about him.
Personally, I lean more to Mr. McNair's thinking of avoiding problem children. Perhaps one on each side might give a team an edge, but I'd personally choose guys I'd want to be shoulder-to-shoulder with in a war. Cap is tight, rosters still seem pretty small, and this is business.
But, every young man has a chance to change his ways and how he behaves. I don't like the idea of dismissing people altogether. I've seen many men of all ages make fundamental changes in how they think and what they do. Gotta have hope.
I'm getting off topic -- looking forward to reviewing today's Combine participants in depth. Some good S prospects in there.
Da'Rick Rogers. I apologize, I spelled his name wrong earlier. Anyways, he's considered 1st or 2nd round talent, but questions surround him about him being booted from Tennessee after 3 failed drug tests. Some say he could 1 of the better wr's in the draft, but his character is questioned because of the failed test. I know the Texans pick high character individuals, but this team seems to be gaining players who command discipline from their teammates. At some point I hope the Texans could acquire a player who may have an issue or 2 in the past, but know that type of behavior won't happen as a member of the Texans because of the vets. Other organizations have this such as the Ravens & I hope the Texans are getting there as well. The player adapts to the organization, not the opposite.