Matt Leinart Arizona Cardinals 2006 NFL Draft Press Conference Part Of YouTube History
ONN – Matt Leinart Arizona Cardinals 2006 NFL Draft Press Conference Part Of YouTube History
As Zennie62Media was credentialed to cover the 2006 NFL Draft in New York City, and used Zennie62 on YouTube to do so, this channel became the first one to cover the NFL Draft. That’s former USC Quarterback Matt Leinart just after he was taken in the first round with the 10th pick.
Matt Leinart expected to be the number one pick but that distinction went to Mario Williams. The Houston Texans already had their quarterback of choice, David Carr, and opted for defense over offense.
Houston Texans Owner, the late Bob McNair, had told me he wanted someone who would be sure to be in training camp, and not hold out. So, Reggie Bush fell to the New Orleans Saints at number two.
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