Clarett drawing little interest

ESPN’s John Clayton is reporting that Maurice Clarett is drawing little interest since getting cut by the Broncos:

“If you thought Maurice Clarett put himself in a bad position for quitting on workouts during the Indianapolis Scouting Combine, wait until you see what’s happening now. Clarett did nothing in Denver and the team ended up cutting him and admitting he was a third-round bust. Clarett lingered so long on a groin injury that he didn’t even play a down during the preseason. With no tape of him running or even playing special teams, he isn’t even being offered a practice squad contract. Teams such as the Cardinals, Bengals and Jaguars may look at him for a practice squad spot in a couple of years. At least he has a perfect NFL career. He’s batting .000. He lost his lawsuit against the NFL. He couldn’t make it on a team that runs one of the league’s best running offenses. He doesn’t have a single bit of game tape. Plus, he didn’t earn a signing bonus or a game check from an NFL team. That’s a perfect no-hitter.”

On a much more pleasant note, the Buckeyes face the Texas Longhorns on Saturday night the non-conference game of the year. Check out The Scores Report for a post on why the Buckeyes will win.

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