How Jerry Resse Will Make Off Like a Bandit Yet Again in the 2009 NFL Draft


Published: April 1, 2009


... Reese, he has created a very succinct approach to the draft.


Year after year, certain players see a reduction in their draft “stock” based on a poor senior season, low 40 yard dash time, off the field issues, an injury, or even attitude issues.  Certain players even detract the perception of “risky.”

It is in through these players that Jerry Reese has been able to generate such successful drafts the past two seasons.


The trend began in the 2007 draft when Reese selected Ahmad Bradshaw, who recently finished up a 60 day prison sentence for stealing his room-mates game console in college.


Most front offices around the league deemed Bradshaw a bad seed, allowing him to slip down to the seventh round.  


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