Jeff Fisher is a dirt-bag. This we already know. However, I like what he's doing in St. Louis. He's yet to sign any of this years draft picks. He's waiting until they can handle that kind of a pay check, after getting lessons in finace. Sure, a few weeks may not make much of a difference, but I like the idea.
This article reminded me of something a friend of mine wrote a month or so ago. It's about athletes making bad financial investments. This part made me laugh:
Consider the flood-proof couch saver. After Hurricane Katrina, professional baseball player Torii Hunter put $70,000 into a company that made inflatable rafts so buyers in flood-prone areas could float their furniture to safety. The endeavor sank.
Nothing totally groundbreaking here, but some good info nonetheless. I thought he's piece fit nicely with the PFT article. You can read the rest here: