Michael Crabtree: Time to Sign on the Dotted Line

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by Daniel Dinunzio in NFL
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No NFL rookie in history has held out as long as Michael Crabtree has.  The outstanding wide receiver out of Texas Tech was the 10th pick in this year's NFL draft and his contract should reflect what a player taken at that pick is worth. Nothing positive can come of Crabtree holding out for top-five money. All it does is attract negative attention towards him and the Niners' organization. This is setting a bad example for young athletes and those who have the talent to follow in Crabtree's footsteps.  This type of holdout is bad for all parties involved. Crabtree hasn't been on a football field in over eight months and sitting out an entire year will only hurt his playing ability.  The Niners drafted Crabtree thinking that he would be a help to a depleted wide receiver group ...

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