The Dallas Cowboys set up a baby sitting service for their star wide receiver, Dez Bryant. The rules are as follows:
- Midnight curfew and no alcohol
- Canít attend strip clubs and may only attend nightclubs that are team approved.
- Must attend counseling twice a week
- Rotating 3 man security team will monitor Dez Bryant 24 hours a day in 8 hour shifts.
- Security will drive Dez Bryant to and from team activities
Should professional teams take these measures? It seems to me that if a player cannot stay out of off-field trouble, then maybe they need to get a job at Wal-mart instead of making millions.
I'm not even sure this kind of babysitting program can work. It is basically sin management that doesn't really produce inward change in a person's heart.