Oftentimes when you're up for a new job, you're subject to a background check.
The same is true in the NFL — a job that not only pays you millions, but also puts you in the national spotlight.
Before they're signed, potential draft picks are vetted by dozens of scouts, coaches and team managers through personality tests, interviews with friends and family, and reviews of any police records.
According to Bleacher Report NFL draft expert Matt Miller, the NFL's vetting process is extremely thorough. But, given the troubling actions by some players of late, stricter scrutiny could be on the horizon.