Two days passed before he came clean to his agent. A week passed before he worked up the courage to phone his mother. Alec Ogletree had screwed up again, and the first thought that rolled through his mind wasn’t the NFL draft or the potential of declining NFL income. The first thought was: How was he going to tell his mother?
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