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Several NFL players have been sharing their opinions on the latest changes happening in College Football with NIL and the transfer portal.

On Tuesday, former LSU star Tyrann Mathieu responded to New York Jets safety Will Parks on Twitter saying that he hates the transfer portal.


Earlier in the week, former NFL cornerback and current Texas A&M cornerback coach Antonio Cromartie spoke out on Twitter about his concerns with NIL.


Wonder how long it will take for some of these new changes in College Football to be more regulated?
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If anyone knows about other people getting a percentage of his earnings, it’s Antonio Cromartie.
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Always been a fan of the honey badger. He gets it both on and off the field.
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All the respect for TM7 ... Honey badger has done more for LSU than 90% of all alumni.
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I'm sick of the transfer portal, but Tyrann should stfu. Maybe he should have listened and he would have stayed at LSU.
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Knife cuts both ways. This year it's cutting to both hurt and help LSU. Tigers needed it this year, but we lost guys like Ricks and that's unfortunate.
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I remember him making plays as a freshmen when he got in on special teams, defense etc..I believe he wore #14. I knew he was gonna be a stud.
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Yup, he balled out his first game vs UNC. I remember him being in one of my blow off sociology classes that semester and nobody knew who he was.
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He was in my milk marketing class at LSU. Dude had 5 white girls obsessively circling him during every single class.
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Chest
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TM7 may not have met Mo LINK
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I hate it too. No team continuity.
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NIL really is a sh*t show. How are you going to preach financial equity across all mens' and womens' college sports regardless of marketability, then enact something that ensures equity never happens?
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NIL isn't the problem, it's the transfer portal that is creating waves of transfers nonstop! This wasn't a problem before the rule changed to start right away after being in the transfer portal.
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He waited his turn? He balled out as a freshman.
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Technically in a base 4-3 he was the back up in 2010.
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TA&M coach worried about NIL is rich.
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He may already be seeing the issues NIL can create. The more you pay out, the more issues may be created. A&M will be interesting to watch over the next couple years.
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cant the SEC push a one year sit out rule for transfers within conference? That would certainly help.
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They can adopt their own rule. And I think the conference should consider that.
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I think that will hurt the SEC in the long run. Kids would go to another conference where they don't have to sit. The NCAA need to step in and create a cap on how much an athlete can earn annually and how much can a marketing firm can take.
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derrick0356, you.re wrong about that. I can see the limit NIL, but transfers are the biggest issue of all. There is no trust, a team may depend on that player to make a difference to winning and losing some games. Then trying to find a replacement that may be way too late to find and get the transfer player ready.
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Says the former NFL player that has to work still...
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Talking about Antonio Cromartie.
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Maybe he is telling them from experience or he wants to coach.
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Antonio has like 30 kids, no shite he has to work
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I have been saying it. In the long run it will hurt the development of players.
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Yeah gotta agree Tyrann was a dude day one, I didnt even know mo claborne until his last year
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He excelled on special teams. Started db as a fifth back. Nickel or dime coverage.
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Pretty sure played a lot his first game.
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I don’t remember TM waiting for shite. Dude balled out from the jump.
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Yeah to be fair Tyrann had like 2 sacks and a forced fumble in his first college game lol. Didn't have much of a wait.
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Amen. Hopefully the NCAA goes back to the old transfer rule. Why they decided to change it in the first place is beyond me. Anyone with a brain could see that this would happen.
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