If if he isn’t in NFL shape, I hope that a NFL team will sign him, put him on the practice squad for a year and give him a chance to develop into a NFL player.
If it doesn’t work out, that is understandable, just hope he gets a legit shot.
Several NFL teams are willing to give Brian Banks a chance to fulfill his dream of playing pro football.
Banks, who last week was exonerated of a rape conviction that put him in prison for five years, told ESPN columnist Rick Reilly that he’ll work out with the Seattle Seahawks on June 7. The Washington Redskins, Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins also have called to talk to him about a tryout.
“I’ll make ’em happy,” Banks, who’s been training non-stop since October, told Reilly on Tuesday. “After all I’ve been through these last 10 years, I can still do some things that will impress you.
But, we also don’t want to forget the face of evil Wanetta Gibson she needs to be behind bars.