Twellman insists that the league and the Revs are not treating him fairly by depriving him of an opportunity to triple his income and play in England. Garber was pretty blunt at the Superdraft when asked about Twellman, stating that he has a contract and he needs to deal with it. IMHO, guys like Joseph and Twellman, who either under-estimate their worth or simply choose the safe path, make their beds and should sleep in them. Guys like Dempsey, Dorman and Noonan (to a lesser extent), and possibly Parkhurst, who take risks and reach for their dreams, have (or will get) a chance to make it big. At least they won't wonder what might have been. So, to the question, did the league/Revs screw Twellman by refusing to sell him to PNE, or did Twellman screw himself by signing the $350K+ contract during the prime of his career?