Ok, enough of the negative articles and talk about Campbell. Let's get some more positive ones out there, like this one about Malcolm Kelly.
Malcolm Kelly could have been heading into December with a chance to win a national championship as a vital offensive cog for the Oklahoma Sooners. Instead, he heads into December looking for just the fourth reception of his football season.
Kelly was a three-year starter for the Sooners who decided to skip his senior season to turn pro. Kelly expected to be a first-round NFL selection, but slid deep into the second round of the 2008 draft where the Washington Redskins claimed him.
Kelly has not been the impact receiver in the NFL that he was in college. He has been inactive for eight of his 12 career games with a smattering of ankle and knee injuries. In the four games he has played, Kelly has come off the bench to catch three passes for 18 yards – a far cry from his days in Norman when he caught 21 touchdown passes, averaged 15.9 yards per reception and rang up nine career 100-yard games.
"I don't have any second thoughts," Kelly said. "I'd rather have the [injury] situation happen now that I'm in the NFL than getting hurt in college. It would have been a whole lot worse. The Redskins gave me a first-round grade, but I had knee problems [coming out]. That's where I would have gone, so I don't have any regrets coming out."
Kelly keeps track of the Sooners on a weekly basis, checking in by phone with friends still on the team. But he does not fantasize about the impact he could have had this fall in an offense that has thrown an NCAA-leading 47 touchdown passes and averages 354 aerial yards per game.
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