Allison Rochell took a break from making hilarious videos with her NFL husband, Isaac Rochell, to get the attention of those who were mocking Will Levis for being left out of the first round of the draft.
Levis was rumored to be one of the top picks in the draft, but the quarterback went all Thursday night without hearing his name. He wouldn’t be drafted until the Tennessee Titans were on the clock with the No. 33 overall pick.
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Rochell came to his defense in a video as he prepared to go to Stagecoach. Isaac Rochell, who played for the Cleveland Browns and Las Vegas Raiders in 2022, was selected by the Los Angeles Chargers in 2017 in the seventh round.
«He went undrafted in the first round, but you guys comments absolutely sicken me,» Rochell says in the video. «The comments definitely showed me how little people understand the NFL. The minute he went to the draft itself and went undrafted, instead of people accepting him with sympathy and empathy, they ended up attacking him.
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«Do you know how stupid it sounds to be invited to the NFL Draft and say no because there’s a chance you won’t be drafted in the first round? That’s stupid.»
He added that the moment should be celebrated regardless because Levis was selected, period.
Rochell has more than 2.4 million followers on TikTok as she chronicles her life and her husband’s life in and out of the world of the NFL.
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Titans coach Mike Vrabel said he spoke to Ryan Tannehill to let him know the team was signing a quarterback. He said Tannehill will be the starting quarterback entering camp with Malik Willis as the No. 2 and Levis as the projected No. 3.