Chris Boyd knows he can’t change the past, so he’s spent the last six months working on his future.
The former Vanderbilt receiver, who was dismissed from the team for his after-the-fact involvement in an alleged rape, hopes to prove he’s not the villain some might think. He also wants to show he’s ready for the NFL despite sitting out the entire 2013 season.
He’ll face a discerning audience next week at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
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