Brock Lesnar Finds Football ‘Frustrating’


A new interview with Lesnar finds that he is less than thrilled with his fledgling football career.

The Minnesota Star Tribune continues to follow Lesnar’s attempt to make the NFL and recently interview him where Lesnar admitted “…It’s been real difficult, especially with me being out of football for so long. I’m trying not to get frustrated, but it’s getting harder and harder to not be frustrated.”

Lesnar admits that he is watching hours of tape and is still not even a quarter of the way through the playbook that he was given.

According to the paper, as Vikings assistant coach Jim Panagos called out defensive plays on Tuesday, Lesnar was struggling to remember his assignments. Line coach Brian Baker also called Lesnar out publically yesterday, telling him, “You just stood up and did exactly what I said not to do.”

The Next Big Thing is still a lock to join the practice squad. Coach Mike Tice said: “If he continues to do what he’s doing and make some plays here and there… he’s going to make it hard for us not to put him on the practice squad.”

The entire story can be read HERE.

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