NFL draft prospects are asked a number of embarrassing an intrusive questions. Here are some of the best (from Yahoo!):
One team asked Gerald McCoy if he played in a g-string or a jock-strap. I would have said, "You're wife's underwear." And then I would wonder why I slid down the draft board like Jimmy Clausen.
Former Florida State safety Myron Rolle was asked why he deserted his team, skipping his senior season to become a Rhodes Scholar. Because yes, in a league full of rapists injecting themselves with performance enhancing drugs, education has no purpose. Wonderful message the NFL is sending there.
Stanford running back Toby Gerhart was asked if he felt he was entitled because he was white. Gerhart said no, but if Jason Sehorn could parlay playing a 'black' position into marrying Angie Harmon, well, that would be pretty awesome.
The best may have come from Dolphins executive Jeff Ireland who allegedly asked Dez Bryant if his mother was a prostitute. Bryant, of course, was being scrutinized because of his involvement with Deion Sanders. So he had to play it cool. Former lineman Kyle Turley had a different response.
“I don’t care who you are or who you’re talking to – that kind of question usually gets your [expletive] teeth kicked in,” said Turley. “I mean, where do these people come from? That’s just completely [expletive] classless and totally unprofessional.”
One wonders what Roger Goodell will do in this instance. Or if the discipline is meant for the players on the field.