One of the reason's how they defend is by mentioning that the player will hear much worse on the football field or that the GM was trying to entice the player to see if he would have a short temper. Now I get that a team will invest heavily into a first round player both financially (tens of millions) but also in terms of the direction of his team and I also understand that this isn't a typical job-interview and wouldn't be your standard job. But I do see one greater difficulty for teams after the en Roethlisberger , PacMan Jones, Michael Vick, Donte Stallworth and the whizinator incidents. See Roger Goodell is the judge and jury when it comes to personal conduct rule and he takes less crap than Vlad Putin, so if you are an NFL team you better make sure that your players aren't going to give you issues. I don't blame Goodell but his strict mentality when it comes to his players behaving leads to GM's delving deeper than they have ever before.
But I ask one thing, this question only seems insulting if Bryant's mom was actually turning tricks. I gotta imagine that there will be some reporters sniffing out Bryan's hometown to find anybody who will cop to having paid for a BJ from Mrs Bryant. Talk about something that may be hard to prove though, you gotta think anybody who will admit they paid for sex has to probably not be the most well regarded member of his community. Most of the time these guys are trying to cover up not expose their late night behavior.
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