In the article, Luchs claims Kiper worked with Wichard in order to persuade potential clients by using his NFL draft rankings as incentive for players to sign.
(No wonder those draft ranking arguments with Todd McShay are always so heated).
“Conversations with players, which are occasionally facilitated by agents, are a valuable way to get to know the players,” Kiper responded in a statement. “These conversations have never compromised my integrity, and my 32-year record supports that.”
Luchs stood by his claim of Kiper’s involvement on Mike and Mike in the Morning on Wednesday.
“What Mel did do in these situations, whether he realizes it or not, he allowed himself to be used in the recruiting process,” Luchs said.
This will likely be the first of many folks to publicly deny the allegations described in Dohrmann’s story.
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