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A year later, he had his law degree and was preparing to take the bar exam in Texas, but veered sharply off course and went to the Kansas City Chiefs training camp.
Two years later, he was an assistant coach with the Detroit Lions.
Now, he’s a FBS program’s assistant making $200,000 annually to coach WVU wide receivers and punt and kickoff return teams.
But this is the Detroit Lions we’re talking about. It would be difficult to find eight first-round picks that worked out, much less late-round steals.