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Should Del Rio give Quinn Pitcock a 2nd chance?




Quinn Pitcock was a great DT from Ohio State drafted by the Colts in 2007. He washed out before training camp of this 2nd season due to depression and addiction to video gaming. Before he overcame his video gaming addiction, he tried out for the Seahawks and the Lions and didn't make it. He now plays for the Arena Football League's Orlando Predators and is completely off of video gaming. He wants to try to come back to the NFL. Colorado has the Insight Intensive program at Gold Lake west of Longmont that helps people with this kind of problem. He could work with the Insight Intensive folks while being like a walk-on for the Broncos. I think he deserves a second chance. One could find out more by Googling on his name and looking him over. Theres a bunch on articles on him, because his problem is being seen in many young men across the country right now, and Pitcock is working to bring more awareness to the growing problem in the US.

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