Art Schlichter
Drafted in the very promising draft class of ’82, his gambling addiction kept him from being one of the Colt’s greatest players. He lost his entire signing bonus by midseason and during that year’s strike went in the red about $700k. He was eventually let go by the Colts and then arrested for his involvement in a sports gambling ring, before being banned for life by NFL commish Pete Rozelle.

Art Schlichter
Drafted in the very promising draft class of ’82, his gambling addiction kept him from being one of the Colt’s greatest players. He lost his entire signing bonus by midseason and during that year’s strike went in the red about $700k. He was eventually let go by the Colts and then arrested for his involvement in a sports gambling ring, before being banned for life by NFL commish Pete Rozelle.

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