he was in serious discussions as a first or second round draft pick when he came out, but tes didn't like his tendency to play dirty and rack up personal foul penalties. many thought it wouldn't matter because he's just so talented and that's all that mattered. apparently nobody in the league thought his dirty play was worth a draft pick, regardless of how talented he is, and he went undrafted. the fact that the bengals picked him up was no surprise to anyone because the browns (the family that owns them, not the team from cleveland) prefers headcases.
I had no idea he had a history of dirty plays. He needs to be taught a serious lesson.
now he's proven to be as talented as people thought, but he's also proven to be as much of a penalty and fine magnet as everyone thohgt as well. i'm thinking that with this game he took it just a bit too far and he's getting the attention for it that refs and the league are going to start taking more notice and his extra cirricular activites on the field are going to start costing the bengals because not only will he probably be drawing more penalties from refs wanting to clamp down on his dirty play, but he'll also start drawing suspensions and the bengals will have to adjust to being without one of their most talented players on defense because he refuses to control himself.