How deep should NFL franchises be allowed to dig when evaluating the background of potential draft picks during the interview process? When the Dolphins asked Dez Bryant if his mother was a prostitute and the Buccaneers asked Myron Rolle how it felt to desert his team when he accepted a Rhodes Scholarship, were those questions within the bounds of reasonable research or did they go too far? Should the NFL more strictly regulate pre-draft player interviews?
Without knowing the tone or context of the questions posed to Dez Bryant and Myron Rolle, it's impossible to know whether or not they were inappropriate. What we do know is both men were mature enough to handle them.