Look, we get the point that Branded was trying to get across. There is no denying that looks play a huge role in determining how much a female athlete could earn compared to what a male athlete's appearance means to their marketability, but damn, why did the documentary have to pinpoint their case on specific players like that? Why did they have to go out of their way to point out a guy in desperate need of a shape-up, another dude with an oddly-shaped head who's been out of the league for a while and a guy with a ridiculous amount of tattoos? That's just not right. Oh wait...  

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[via Larry Brown Sports]