Clarett remains on the sideline
RB Maurice Clarett continues to mystify NFL teams with his decision to not participate in postseason all-star games.
There were early rumors that Clarett would play in the East-West Shrine game, but he evidently turned down the offer. Most recently, Clarett had been scheduled to participate in a college football all-star challenge, but newly hired agent Steve Feldman told organizers just a few days prior to the event that Clarett would not take part. Clarett continues to make decisions that reflect poorly on his character and maturity level. Failing to capitalize on these opportunities will only contribute to his draft-day freefall.
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