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Bryant struggled to concentrate on football after his father died in a 2015 motorcycle crash. Bryant was arrested for driving under the influence later on. Academically ineligible for next season, he declared for the NFL's supplemental draft but was not chosen last week.
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The Jets used their top two picks in the 2017 draft on safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye.
Jon Gruden would like to see instant replay for officiating disappear. So would Pete Carroll.
The two Super Bowl-winning coaches aren't fans of video reviews, particularly the slow-motion replays. They also recognize that replay isn't going away.
"I don't like instant replay," Carroll said Tuesday at the NFL meetings. "I like the game played on the field. The scrutiny of the officials has become so intense, they don't call the game like they used to [url=http://www.officialkings.com/authentic-adidas-dustin-brown-jersey]Dustin Brown Jersey[/url] , I feel. That didn't mean I didn't argue with them any more or any less.
"There are so many reasons why replay has been a positive factor in our game, but I don't like it," the Seahawks coach added.
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As a coach, he would have no qualms if it was eliminated.
"Let the naked eye make the call," Gruden said. "Eliminate instant replay and let the officials call the game.
"Slow motion is the biggest problem with replay. Throw slo-mo out and get back to common sense."