HayesDVM: "Well, if those are really his words, maybe he has learned something. Or, more likely, he knows what the NFL and Bengals want to hear and so that is what he is saying. Until he walks the walk for 5 years, I don't know that I am a believer."
darksideofthewalrus: "I just hope he gets his act together; the guy was a phenomenal prospect and just let it all get to his head. Managing who you hang out with, what you get into, and managing yourself are all important lessons. Maybe he's in a better place mentally and emotionally, and that's why he/the NFL wants him to speak."
captainfrizo21: "I don't know if Pacman's the best choice. On one hand, he is a prime example of how not to handle yourself off the field. At all. On the other hand, he is a prime example of how the league will still welcome you back even if you're a mess off the field so it doesn't really matter anyway. They're going to be sending mixed signals."
UnoWhoMe: "I know it's difficult but parents attempt to do this all the time and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Just because one person can't understand something doesn't mean that all others will not. "
PillowSnake530: "This guy just screwed up again less than a year ago. How can he be a role model for younger players when he's still not managing himself properly?"
Jimmyfly215: "this is actually good, because he is everything you don't want a player to turn out like in the pros."