Depending on whom you ask, the draft stock of Manti Te’o is either dropping like a rock or holding steady. Adam Schefter thinks Te’o won’t last past the first round. In contrast, Mark May: NFL Draft pundit thinks he’ll go mid to late second round at best.
Neither of those opinions mean much because neither Schefter of May: NFL Draft pundit have a job that involves running a NFL team. But Terry Bradway does. He’s a senior personnel executive for the New York Jets. Normally the opinion of any executive from a NFL team holds weight, but Bradway’s opinion holds a ton of weight because Bradway works for the Jets. A team that isn’t afraid to make decisions that make you scratch your head.
But according to Bradway, even the Jets are scared a little of Te’o. And if the Jets are scared, you can bet everyone else in the league is as well.
“It’s an unusual situation, that’s for sure. I feel bad for him. I mean, the stress of the situation has to have had an impact on his training somehow. I th...