Highly-rated college football players with remaining eligibility are frequently purchasing disability and loss of value insurance policies to provide some financial protection should they injure themselves prior to the NFL draft. Yahoo Sports reported that UCLA rising sophomore RB/LB Myles Jack,Oregon redshirt junior quarterback Marcus Mariota and rising junior defensive lineman Arik Armsteadall purchased insurance policies with coverage in excess of $5 million.Which policies don't grow on trees, but may cost over $100,000. Which is a lot to save from a football player's meal money.
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Million Dollar Wound
Maybe the collegiate athletes' union at Northwestern will want to ponder this potential perk;
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