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dale41 July 6th, 2013 2:40pm

Redskins fullback Eric Kettani was a graduate of the Naval Academy. He worked out a deal with the Navy and the NFL to end his Navy service in exchange to be a recruiter for 7 years after his time in the NFL. Was he right to do this?

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1txteacher Dickinson Gator Swamp
07/06/13 2:35 pm

My son just graduated from USNA where he played football and is now a Marine. Roger Staubach served 1964-68 David Robinson served 1983-87. You sign a contract giving the military 5 years and its not a surprise or a secret. He needs to serve!!

gallae Michigan
07/06/13 12:10 pm

The vast differences in the categories is very interesting.

Keldeo Laverre City
07/06/13 8:14 am

It was mutually agreed, all is fair.

CTYankee!!! Connecticut
07/06/13 1:43 pm

I went to a military school. If I was offered a multi-million dollar job I doubt I would be offered the same deal. It also means someone else will go to Afghanistan or somewhere else in his place (and possibly die). So is that fair? No.

EarlyBird Portland
07/06/13 8:00 am

A recruiter for seven years? The navy is lucky they got the deal. From what I hear, being a recruiter is an awful job.