“I would never do that,” Deion Sanders said of departing for the NFL.

The scandal involving Colorado head coach Deion Sanders has become the most talked-about topic in all of football. And regardless of whether or not he remains the most talked-about story in all of football, he plans to keep his job as the head coach of the Colorado Buffs. Alternatively, at the very least, a college football coach.

Sanders claims that bringing Coach Prime up to the next level is not going to happen, despite the fact that the NFL ought to be begging to do so.
“College is so much fun. I adore the fact that the young males are still open to being influenced. They do not have such a high level of financial success that they cannot pay attention to what you say. Some of these individuals make so much money when they go on to the next level that they become deaf. They are either unable to hear the things that are necessary for them to hear or they are unable to see those things. If I were to try to persuade a man who made upwards of 20 and 30 and sometimes even 40 million dollars to go out there and do your job, I think I would have a difficult time doing so. That doesn’t sit well with me at all.”



Additionally, it seems as though Deion would hold NFL players accountable for errors that they made while performing their professions.
“I would start with 53 and come out of the locker room at halftime with about 38,” Deion said. “I would start with 53 and come out of the locker room with about 38.”

To tell you the truth, I believe that he is underestimating his own abilities. To have someone who can reach deep within us and push the button that motivates us to strive for excellence is a dream shared by all of us. He is able to achieve it regardless of how much money an individual is making. Deion has demonstrated that he is capable of motivating a group of men, regardless of the amounts that are listed on their W-2 forms.

And his response is not even remotely binding. If an owner were to pay Deion upwards of 20 million, 30 million, or even 40 million dollars each year, it’s possible that he might change his mind. Already, he has demonstrated that, all things considered, it would be worthwhile to pursue him.