LeBron James made one of the most important decisions in his life — to end his affiliation with the NBA to chase his first love — football. James announced that he will play for the Cleveland Browns.
O.K., it was all a dream, created by the creative team at State Farm. State Farm — in conjuction with the NFL — recently released a commercial were LeBron dreams about a dominance in the NFL similar to what he’s currently doing in the Association (which is 28 points, 7.4 rebounds, 6.9 assists and 2.02 steals per game quantify) that brought up the debate on whether or not could he play in the NFL and how effective he would be.
James is listed at 6’8, 250 pounds. He can leap out of the gym – or stadium – and is quick off the dribble. Most importantly, and unlike Kobe Bryant who said he’ll be (Randy) Mossing it, LeBron actually played football in high school where he was First team All-State (Ohio) as a sophomore and had 52 receptions for over 1,000 yards and caught 15 touchdowns as a junior. LeBron would be a beast on the gridiron.