Teams ‘Spying’ on NFL Draft Prospects Should Surprise Absolutely No One

April 4, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Apparently, it's nontroversy week in the National Football League.
Earlier in the week, there was a hullabaloo about quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota choosing not to attend the 2015 NFL draft in Chicago.
Umbrage was taken. Soapboxes were mounted. Hands were wrung. Teeth were gnashed.
Well, only a few days later, there's another brouhaha brewing. This one also involves Winston, but this time he's on the other side of the fence, the victim of the most nefarious scheme to envelop the National Football League since at least Wednesday.
Winston is being spied on.
No, not by that guy.
Or by that guy—although that would make this story infinitely more fun for me to write.
By NFL teams.
I know, right?
This revelation came courtesy of Winston's QB coach George Whitfield, who told Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports that NFL teams have had people watching his young protege:
They've staged people. Yeah, there are teams that have st...

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