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NFL's Gaze on Whether Te'o Is Gay

AP

I guess everything’s OK now on the Manti Te’o front. The dead girlfriend who couldn’t have died because she never existed is a distant memory, right?

 

The Notre Dame linebacker met the media Saturday at the NFL Combine, didn’t exhibit any signs of aberrant behavior and actually charmed quite a few of those gathered, enough so that the reviews were almost all good.

But there’s one pesky question that won’t go away: Why has his draft stock dropped since the news broke that he got hooked in a catfish ruse?

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