Reuben Foster’s Apology Reportedly Impressed NFL Teams

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Since being dismissed from the NFL Combine for an argument with a hospital staff member, Alabama star linebacker Reuben Foster has been making all of the right moves.

Not only did he issue an apology immediately following the incident, he met with teams at the Combine before leaving.

On Wednesday, Foster once again met face-to-face with teams before his Pro Day.

According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, teams were impressed.

#Bama LB Reuben Foster met with 20 team people as a group today before his Pro Day, then most individually as he would have at the Combine.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 8, 2017

Reuben Foster told the group of teams he was sorry for the Combine situation, taking ownership of what went wrong. Teams came away impressed

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 8, 2017

While the combine situation could have been a disaster for Foster, it looks like he did a pretty impressive job with clean up duty.

Entering the NFL Combine, Foster was widely viewed as a first-round prospect. There’s no reason to believe now that he will suffer any type of major fall after his impressive handling and ownership of his actions.

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