Deadspin was doing a bigger feature of the life Maurice Clarett, but included this interesting tidbit. During Clarett and Crouch’s time in the UFL they had to tell their life story.
Not just about on the playing field, but off of it. As you can imagine Clarett’s story was amazing and down right frightening to be frank, but if you ever wanted to know what Eric Crouch does now, he sells medical devices that help women deal with vaginal prolapse.
If you don’t want to know what a vaginal prolapse is stop reading now (I didn’t know what it meant either).
Actually, after reading what it means, if you want to know go Google it yourself, it isn’t for the faint of heart.