Thursday, July 23, 2009

NFL Players = Invested Commodities

The below documentary shows just how American football players resemble very much mid-term investments for the team owners. They nearly kill themselves training, have limited active life-spans and injury risks like that of stocks.

What about the team owners? They obviously have way more $$$ than the athletes, no need for crazy training, and call the shots. Why would anyone aspire to become an athlete instead of the team owner or even agents who probably end up making more money over time?

TWO DAYS IN APRIL is a 90-minute documentary about the NFL draft seen through the eyes of four star college athletes.

Part 1

Part 2

0 Reflections: