NFL's Cameron Kinley Cut From Buccaneers After Delaying His Service With The U.S. Military
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
NFL cornerback Cameron Kinley, who fought to delay his U.S. military service to play in the league, was cut by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...

The former Navy standout signed with the Bucs as an undrafted free agent shortly after graduating the Naval Academy ... but because of his commitment to serve as an officer, the Navy refused to delay his service.

The 22-year-old fought hard to get the decision reversed ... even asking President Joe Biden for help when we spoke to him in June ... saying, "I'm just asking that you consider helping me with this situation I am currently in."
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Reply1 month
You accepted a position at the Naval Academy to join either the US Navy or USMC after graduation, not play football in the NFL. Go elsewhere if that it is what you want to do.
Reply1 month
Well, they did make a mockery of that when it came to that TOO tall NBA HOF'er David Robinson.
Reply1 month
David Robinson was 6'6" when he entered Annapolis. He grew to 7'0" while there, putting him outside the parameters of shipboard service.
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So, was I wrong wiki?
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Dude. You have a bad ass, completely free education from one of the best and most respected schools on earth and you now get to make about $60,000 a year, while having basically no bills. Get to work.
Reply1 month
“This situation I’m currently in”…. Meaning the fact that he went to the USNA knowing he would have to serve… STFU and join the rest of the midshipmen in the fleet you pu$$y
Reply1 month
Do your service baw.
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