Source: Jarrett Bell / USA Today
When a Pro Football Weekly scouting report on West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith surfaced recently, containing damning proclamations by analyst Nolan Nawrocki about the habits of the top-rated passer in the NFL draft, it made me shake my head.
Two years ago, Cam Newton was slammed by Nawrocki for having a “fake smile” and setting a bad example while carrying a sense of entitlement.
Last year, in a Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel report, Robert Griffin III was knocked by unnamed scouts for how he “deals with people.”
Now another African-American quarterback has some vicious stereotypes circulating about him that people who have gotten to know Smith insist couldn’t be farther from the truth.
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