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Mar
09

He’s Bringing Sexy Back


Andre Smith lost himself tens of millions of dollars when he abandoned the NFL draft combine without notice and then had an uninspiring workout for scouts at the University of Alabama pro day. Once considered one of the top 5 picks, now it is likely that the big left tackle Smith won’t be picked in the top 10-15, losing millions of guaranteed dollars in the process. One of the big knocks against him has been that he has shown up out of shape and with a poor work ethic, leading many talent evaluators to wonder if making such a large investment in him is wise. I can’t imagine why they think he’s out of shape, when he runs it’s hypnotic…

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1 Response to “He’s Bringing Sexy Back”


  1. 1 M-Town
    March 15, 2009 at 1:24 am

    Andre Smith is gonna be a bust. I would hope these organizations just pass his ass up and don’t draft him…well that’s not gonna happen but at least don’t put 1st Round money on this clown.

    He screwed up under Saban’s tight ship at Bama with the agent debacle and being inconsistent with staying in shape there. How’s he gonna do when he’s treated like an adult with an NFL Franchise having all this money at him?

    Smith is a joke. Jason Smith from Baylor is gonna be a helluva a lot better at the end of the day anyway.


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