Study: Some Of The Best Young Men In Sports Are Playing Football

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By Nick McRobotface

NEW YORK—A study released Monday by the Sports Illustrated columnist revealed that some of the best young men in sports are playing football. "We found that while the average NFL player is only in his mid-20s with a big college football resume, some of the best young men in the sport are playing football in their early to mid-20s," the study's lead author, Dr. Michael Feldman, said. "The most outstanding examples of this trend are the likes of Aaron Hernandez, Deion Sanders, and Brett Favre, all of whom are, if anything, more than two years away from their college careers and still have football on their minds." Feldman also noted that some of the best young men in the sport are strong football players who have the skills to success in the NFL.

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