With the economic downfall in America, professional athletes are becoming less and less admired by the day. And if you're stuck up? Forget about it. In this past NFL draft, 256 kids were given the opportunity of a lifetime. They would have the chance to play football for a living—and make millions doing it. No. 1 overall pick Matt Stafford signed a day before the draft, inking a deal worth $78 million over six years. Others, like Michael Oher, Jason Smith, Jeremy Maclin, Eugene Monroe, Andre Smith, and Aaron Curry didn't sign so quickly, but made sure to sign so they could get to training camp, get acclimated to the NFL life, and most importantly, learn the playbook. But, to some people, some things are more important. Folks, meet Michael Crabtree. In 2007, Crabtree exploded onto the ...
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