The National Football League Draft system to determining the worth of rookie contract amounts has been broken since the early last decade.
However, now it has officially become assinine.
Last year’s first overall pick Detroit Lions quarterback Matt Stafford received a record $41.7 million.
However, that could be eclipse by a fellow teammate.
The assinine system will give this year’s first overall pick Saint Louis Rams quartetrback Sam Bradford anywhere from $50-$45 million in guarantees.
With the Detroit Lions having the second overall pick that has prompted the Detroit News to ask, “Will defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh emerge with a better deal than Stafford?”
It is possible as Suh’s contract will be determined by the one that Bradford signs and third overall pick Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy signs.
In the end, thank god a rookie wage scale is being implemented soon.