As NFL players, rookies and veterans alike, all get ready to report to training camp to prepare for the upcoming NFL seasons, they also learn about their virtual fate.
The classic EA Sports game released rating for players across the NFL Monday and many people were not too pleased with how they or their teammates were rated for the game.
The full rosters can be found at EA Sports' website. Only four players earned the distinctive "99" overall rating - Rams' defensive lineman Aaron Donald, Texans wideout DeAndre Hopkins, Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack, and Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner.
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These players work extremely hard throughout the season and are typically excited to see how that work will translate to their overall ratings.
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On the top five QB page EA said: "For some quarterbacks, a top-five rating in Madden is the result of years of proven and consistent success on the National Football League field".
Some players were cool with it and stayed positive. It's not bad but considering Levine ran a 4.43-second 40-yard dash at his Pro Day and has a lower speed rating than running back Kenneth Dixon, who ran the 40 in 4.58 seconds, it seems to be incorrect.
It was New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady who had the best reaction, though.
And even the people at EA Sports had fun with the six-time Super Bowl victor Brady.