So one of the knocks I keep hearing about Matt Leinart is that he's more concerned with fame then football. A quote from this article this article about Reggie Bush got me thinking about this... http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20060224/news_1s24combine.html "He's so serious and focused that, unlike teammate Matt Leinart, who signed with a Hollywood marketing agency and has made the national rounds in commercials and ad campaigns, he has passed up chances to cash in on his good looks and popular name. “I've had those same opportunities, but what I really wanted to do was focus on this draft, focus on preparing myself for this combine and really just, like I said, stay focused,” he said. “All the other things, all the photo shoots, all this stuff, will come.” Now there is no question that Leinart is a good football player, but his detractors certainly have ammunition, like the fact that he signed a marketing agent before he signed a sports agent. And his decision to come back for his senior year, after he had already won the Heisman and two national championships, and would have been a lock for the 1st overall pick, is being interpreted as a lack of desire to play on the highest level. Do I personally agree with this assesment? I'm not sure. But the one thing to keep in mind is that if New Orleans agrees with this assesment, they might take Vince Young at number 2. He's definately a superior athlete, and he would appeal to the Texas fanbase that the Saints gained playing in San Antonio last year.