Former Charter Oak standout Adam Muema tells U-T San Diego that God told him to leave the NFL combine and that he would play for the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks

Adam Muema, a former Charter Oak standout who helped the Chargers earn back-to-back CIF-Southern Section titles in 2008 and ’09, told U-T San Diego that he left the NFL Combine on Sunday because God told him to do it. Muema, who played at San Diego State, reportedly said that he was “following God” who told him if he missed workouts he would play for the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks.

“[God] told me to sit down, be quiet, and enjoy the peace,” Muema told the U-T.


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  • JamesJ

    Ha…This GOD character sounds like he has a cruel sense of humor! Good luck Adam!

  • Iheard

    Crying in laughter!


    So James, your insinuating that certain Bible stories are humorous . So the Bible is Fictitious, like the stories of Moses, Noah and many more Bible stories that God had spoken to certain people to do, are just fairy tales? More power to you Adam!

  • reality

    Not nice. Deliberate effort to get blog hits by enticing trolls to come on here and ridicule God. Very low.

  • LA Futbol

    Yeah, kind if agree with reality…this is a pretty tabloid-esque post, Fred. There actually is an SGV alum on the Super Bowl Champs…do a story on him and get this crap off of your website. Pathetic!