Chat with Tony Mandarich
Coming out of Michigan State in the 1989 draft, Mandarich was hyped as the best offensive lineman prospect ever. At his workout before the draft, he stood 6-6, weighed 308 pounds, put up 39 bench press reps and ran a 4.69 40. In the draft, he was selected second among a top five of Troy Aikman, Barry Sanders, Derrick Thomas and Deion Sanders.
However, Mandarich's NFL career did not live up to the hype, as he played only six years in the league -- and only three with the Packers, the team that drafted him. He appeared in only 86 games, starting 47. He later revealed that during his time in college he was using steroids. When he went pro, he substituted the steroids for pain killer and alcohol. He eventually put himself into rehab to get clean.
Currently, he and his wife Char run an Internet marketing company and do photography and video work. He also wrote a book, "My Dirty Little Secrets," that tells his story.
Send your questions now and join Mandarich to chat on Monday at 3 p.m. ET!