A pharmaceutical distributor has settled a federal anti-kickback lawsuit by agreeing, in part, to pay $760,000 to former Kansas City Chiefs player Dan Saleaumua and a consultant.
That money is part of an $8 million settlement that Cardinal Health Inc. of Ohio agreed to pay the U.S. government to settle the lawsuit.
“He probably does have some feet issues,” Clinkscales said during the Jets’ draft press conference today. “I get if you’re talking about a guy that was once 380 pounds, 335 pound pounds now. He’s a good player, strong, physical. He’s been at Baylor a couple of years, after Penn State.
“He’s a good football player. I don’t think in the long term, if you’re looking throughout a contract, the feet would be a big issue. But again, you’re looking for a guy that can help you now. He and many others have a chance to do that.”
What about Jerrell’s pre-draft visitation?
“Yeah I had a lot of visits with some teams. Kansas City, Miami, and I’ve definitely been talking on the phone with a lot of teams too. The Broncos have contacted me.”
Does he model his game after anyone specifically?
“I think Vince Wilfork. I’m not as big as him, but I try to simulate him and Casey Hampton as far as controlling the line.”
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