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Price-Brent heads to the supplemental draft

The supplemental draft pool has grown by 50 percent.

Joining running back Harvey Unga and tight end/H-back Vaness Emokpae is former Illinois defensive tackle Joshua Price-Brent.

Brent-Price opted to head to the NFL after being declared academically ineligible.  In 2009, he was suspended after a DUI incident.  (J.T. of CFT points out that Price-Brent also spent 28 days making Plates-License.)

Early projections have him pegged as a fourth-round pick in next month’s supplemental draft.

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6 Responses to “Price-Brent heads to the supplemental draft”
  1. stiller43 says: Jun 16, 2010 11:16 PM

    DUI, huh?
    Should fit well Vincent Jackson out there in SD…

  2. JackDiesel says: Jun 16, 2010 11:40 PM

    “making Plates-License.”
    Wow none of you guys proofread anything you write!

  3. LighTsouT says: Jun 17, 2010 5:10 AM

    think its on purpose, bruh.

  4. David56 says: Jun 17, 2010 7:54 AM

    Price-Brent sounds like the kind of player no teams needs or should even want. He’ll be trouble sooner-or-later if he gets picked up by anyone. You can see the handwriting on the wall already. Why to owners keep bringing these kinds of headaches-in-the-making into the NFL? Why didn’t Dan Snyder take a closer look at Albert Haynesworth personality over the previous three-or-four seasons before he signed him to that monumental contract? Insane!
    JackDiesel, I agree with you 100% with regards to proof-reading. I see spelling and grammatical errors all over the Net now. I found four spelling errors in an article in the New York Times a few days ago in a story about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. There are all different kinds of spell-checks out there for general public use. Of course, someone still has to actually use one of them.

  5. Quirt Evans says: Jun 17, 2010 8:43 AM

    It was an attempt at humor (a play on the kid’s name). Not a Grade A attempt, but it was obviously intentional. Not a grammar error at all.

  6. runtheball says: Jun 17, 2010 9:29 AM

    Is it Price-Brent or Brent-Price? HOLY HELL!

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