Although Ben Watson fared favorably on his Wonderlic test years ago, the Cleveland Browns tight end lashed out at the practice of releasing the scores.
"I just think the sad thing is, it's not supposed to be made public," Watson said. "I'm all for keeping it private, especially when talking about something that's as sensitive as an aptitude test."
Watson admitted he wasn't sure if his score (48) inflenced the New England Patriots in selecting him with the 32nd overall pick in 2004.
"I don't know how much weight is put on it," Watson told the Boston Herald last week.