Panini America has made it tradition to include player artwork in addition to their standard trading cards. Former Indiana running back Tevin Coleman was given this unique opportunity, after being drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the third-round of this years NFL draft.
Despite spending three years with Hoosier nation, it seems to be apparent that Coleman spent more time studying film than he did studying the area around him.
ESPN’s Darren Rovell revealed the artwork on Coleman’s card and, well, let’s just say he probably wishes he could give his card a touch-up.
Coleman will be in a battle for playing time with running back Devonta Freeman, who was drafted in last season’s draft. Coleman has NFL speed and acceleration; but if his ability to learn to spell resembles his ability to learn the playbook, then the Falcons could really be regretting their third round pick.