Football Talent St. Brown Drafted Late By Packers

The German football talent Equanimeous St. Brown becomes the first German passport receiver in the American professional league NFL.

Dallas (SID) – The German football talent Equanimeous St. Brown becomes the first German passport receiver in the American professional league NFL. The 21-year-old wide receiver was pulled on Saturday at the Draft Dallas, the distribution of young hope for the 32 teams, surprisingly late at 207th place by the Green Bay Packers.

The 1.95 m tall and extremely mobile son of a German emigrant grew up in California. He comes from the prestigious University of Notre Dame. In 2016 he was selected as offensive player of the year. Nevertheless, on Saturday passed round by round in the selection process, without his services were in demand. Only in the sixth round did the Packers beat.
“Actually, it does not matter to me which team draftes me,” St. Brown had told the SID in advance, “But of course it would be nice if the team has a good quarterback.” Den has the four-time Wisconsin Super Bowl winner – Aaron Rodgers is one of the superstars of the league.

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