Money matters in 2010 draft
Economic considerations might compel Rams to take a QB, not DT Suh, with top pick
INDIANAPOLIS -- In a perfect world, NFL teams draft the best players and best athletes available.
Each February, coaches, scouts and general managers assemble here to evaluate approximately 330 players. It's the perfect world. They interview the draft-eligible players and evaluate the physical skills of the ones who work out.
Once everyone leaves Indianapolis, though, the perfect world disappears. Financial considerations enter the decision-making process, and those financial decisions ...
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