Will Hill was a flyer, he wasnt drafted, his contract is insignificant, whats the harm of keeping him around, if the kid has his head on straight through college he would have been a first round pick, but he doesnt, why give him up and let another team enjoy a pro-bowl level safety for nothing, why take a hard stance. Eventually the NFL will take care of giving him consequences, he is in line for half a year suspension if he does it again it will be a year suspension, then the decision is not with the organization, he is a local kid i really dont see the upside on letting him go.
Definitely hard for me to fathom the inability to show restraint considering the consequences. I remember coming out of college I gave up the green knowing a test would likely be a requisite for any real job. That was for an entry level job, and I was able to say No the entire duration of a bachelor party trip, so for a professional athlete on his third strike the lack of willpower here is truly mesmerizing.
For the record, I got an interview two weeks after the trip and passed a piss test. Met my future fiancé at the job, so being able to say no was the best thing to ever happen to me. I just feel bad because I know 15 years from now Hill will see this as a huge mistake and regret.
While I do agree that he is wasting an amazing opportunity so far lets not get all high and mighty we all have issues and we've all wasted opportunities at some point or another regardless of how many zeros are at the end of his mistake hes just another flawed human
you can't work out will power in the gym.
I tend to play devil's advocate -- there isn't a greater irritation to me than mob-like opinions without consideration toward an alternative or, at the very least, an effort to approach a significant topic with an unpopular perspective. - Josh Kirkendall
He'll be a Raider or Redskin by June.
One of these teams is not like the others