The real question about the NFL, according to some NFL owners, is not why the league isn’t taking more recruits from college football, but why it’s getting so many players from the same colleges and universities.

The NFL is, for many, an institution that thrives on recruiting, and that is why players from a given college are given a chance to play.

That means it can be argued that a lot of the best players from colleges and the NFL are from the institutions that the NFL considers elite.

So why are some of the NFL players taking up a profession that is supposed to be a game for kids?

The answer is in part because of the salary cap, which means that the players who are earning the most money at their respective colleges are the ones who are the most likely to choose to pursue a career in the NFL.

The money that players are paid can be a major reason why many college players choose to play football, even if they aren’t paid as much as their NFL counterparts.

Some college players earn as much money as their NBA counterparts for playing in the same league.

Some NBA players earn more than the average NFL player for playing the same position.

And there are also many other factors that determine which players go into the NFL and which players stay in college.

Some of these factors are more obvious.

Players at college schools are given more opportunities to compete in their own leagues, and those coaches can be better equipped to develop their players.

But it is also true that college coaches are more likely to use players in their programs, which in turn can have an effect on their ability to recruit.

If you’re going to get a college athlete to take up a particular position, it makes sense to recruit them in the best way possible, regardless of whether they’re paid the same as a player from another school.

If a college program doesn’t pay a player well enough, that coach may choose to take a less-skilled player in his own program, a situation that can lead to a lack of talent.

But there is another reason that college programs may be willing to pay less money to keep players in college and not let them transfer to another school if they don’t perform at a high level.

College is a much different business than the NFL or NBA.

There are more rules and regulations in college sports than in the NBA, which could lead to lower standards of behavior.

If college football players are being paid well enough to stay at their schools, then the coaches of college football programs will be more inclined to give their players a chance.

But if a player isn’t paid well, and the coach of that player’s team is not the kind of coach that can develop a player’s potential, it’s hard to see how the coach can be successful in the college football league.

This could explain why a number of players at the highest levels of college are opting to leave college.

If players are given the opportunity to compete at a higher level in the collegiate league, that may not be a bad thing.

It might also explain why some college football coaches, while not giving the players as much playing time, may be able to find ways to develop players who can contribute to their team’s success.

Some players are just more comfortable staying at a school where they’re better off, which can also help them in their careers in the pros.

Some athletes, however, may have a better chance of being a first-round draft pick if they play college football at a Division I school.

This makes sense when you consider that there are more college programs that are ranked in the top 10 in recruiting than there are Division I schools.

That may make it easier for players to choose their school of choice when they get to the NFL because there is a better probability that a college player will be picked first overall than there is if he plays college football in the middle of the pack.

In some cases, this may also make it more likely that players will be drafted, and players at colleges that are considered elite can be drafted at a much higher rate.

Some colleges are better equipped than others to help develop the most talented players.

In the case of NFL players, some schools are better at producing elite talent.

They are also better equipped with the resources to recruit elite talent than colleges that aren’t so well-equipped.

And the players at elite programs are not always going to have a clear pathway to the pros, which makes it difficult to predict the likelihood that players at those schools will be successful at the professional level.

That said, the fact that college football is a relatively small sport makes it more difficult to determine how much success the best teams in the country will have.

The best teams are not necessarily the most successful teams.

For instance, there are teams that are in the Top 20 in recruiting, which may be good enough for a team to win the national championship.

And teams that make the Top 10 in the recruiting rankings may also be able, at least in theory, to win a national championship in