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NFL wary over draft prospects who support "Conspiracy theories"

This guy has other issues - but why the need to point out he is a "conspiracy theorist".

"There are questions concerning his ability to handle authority and his commitment to football. Oregon head coach described Lyerla's absence as "circumstances" following 2013 Tennessee game. Lyerla complained to The Oregonian newspaper that he felt description could be unfairly interpreted. Suspended for the 2013 Colorado game for violating team rules. Left Oregon for personal reasons the following week. Arrested on charges of unlawful possession of cocaine and interfering with a police officer October, 2013. Plead guilty to cocaine possession December, 2013. Sentenced to 10 days in jail and 10 days suspended Eugene Register-Guard reported. Posted tweets supporting conspiracy theories surrounding Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and later apologized."


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And this has everything to do with his ability to play football

Kiss my honky ass - to the originator of this info.

National Fascism League

Par for the course. Lew Rockwell's site has had so many good blog posts about this. Here's a good one: https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/must-see-tv-at-the-supe...