INDIANAPOLIS -- What a difference a year makes.
A year ago, Maurice Clarett showed up in Indianapolis at the combine by way of a lawsuit instead of an invitation, and, basically, he fumbled.
Clarett wasn't in great shape and didn't seem to care. From the way he acted, he sounded as though the NFL owed him a career. Instead, the NFL beat him in court and closed the loophole that would have allowed underclassmen with less than three years out of high school to turn pro. Clarett hasn't ...
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