OK, now I think the guy deserved a shot, and has talent, but for a guy that was OUT OF FOOTBALL for 2 years, and sued people left and right, do you think he deserved to go in the 3rd, and to the BRONCOS at that? I am a firm believer in second chances, and what Clarett has done off the field hasn't really bothered ME, but it seemed to be a HUGE deal for everyone else, and now he gets to be a Bronco, where pretty much ALL runners have all-star seasons. I think once he finally starts and becomes a pro-bowler, or an alternate, or is at least up there with the pro-bowlers in terms of performance people are gonna start going jumping BACK on the bandwagon he had in college. I don't think DENVER is an accurate place to measure what talent he still has though, c'mon, EEVRYONE succeeds at that position there. Now he is going to be good and there will be all these "cinderalla" stories everywhere about how he "overcame all this adversity" and went 1st day when he was projected as late rounder or UFA, but I don't think all that will be deserved because he caught a break going to a team where RBs don't really fail. If he went to any other team it would be a more accurate depiction of what type of player he will be. He is pretty much garunteed to do SOMETHING good now. I don't know if what I'm trying to say is coming across the right way in this post, or if you guys understand what I mean, lol, but I think he is super lucky to have gone to Denver because I don't think he will dhave done as good anywhere else but now he will prolly succeed and become the NFL's next "Kurt Warner" succes story.