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Do you think its okay for a player to opt out midway through the season?
Miss St RB Kylin Hill has decided to forgo the rest of the season in order to prepare for the NFL Draft. A coworker and I just had a little disagreement on this. I was shocked and appalled that a player would do this to his team while my coworker said he has no problems with it. I completely get my coworkers point that he is protecting himself and his possibility of earning life changing money for his entire family. To me it just isn't right. If you want to opt out it should be before the season starts. You don't quit on your team, ever...