I guess he no longer has 34 million reasons to live.
I will admit that I'd be at least a little curious to see if Tomlin could get this guy to fly straight. If there's a coach out there that could, I'd bet he'd be the guy. It's a morbid curiosity, I know. Admit it though, when you see that nasty wreck on the Interstate, you look too.
I'll fess up, it would be interesting to see. Give the guy 1 million, load the contract with TEAM-based incentives, 1-year deal to see how he behaves. Put him on a Bob Knight contract, no tolerance, and see if he holds up. I'd like to see him challenge James Harrison the way that he did Trotter or Douglas or whoever it was in Philly. TO would be KOed.
Honestly, it's odd to think how good Philly might have been had TO not let himself get Rosen-hosed. At this point I really can't even guess who would take a chance on him. He's different to me than Randy Moss. Moss was like the HS QB who just thought he could do whatever he wanted and get away with it. When he got around people who challenged him to grow up, he did.
TO isn't that simple. I think the guy has serious emotional and mental issues, some kind of attachment disorder or worse. And I think all his self-love is a cover for a severe inferiority complex.