• Burrow plans to follow LeBron James in investing wisely on physical fitness
  • Burrow is likely to land with the Bengals
  • Dolphins could swing a deal with Bengals for Burrow

Joe Burrow, the consensus top overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft, knows that he is due to make millions, regardless of which team drafts him. And rather than spend it carelessly, the 23-year-old is already jotting down what he plans to do.

In a report from TMZ Sports, the LSU quarterback plans to hire a personal chef to keep him in shape once he starts raking in dollars. It appears he is following the lead of Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James. The NBA star sets aside $1.5 million a year to make sure that he is in peak physical shape. That money goes to trainers, massage therapists and a chef.

Burrow added that whoever he gets as his chef won't have much difficulty with him as he is not a picky eater. He also revealed that he is already looking for one right now.

"I'm a healthy eater, so whatever he or she can make that tastes good and keeps me shredded," Burrow said.

It will be interesting what else he has planned once he signs on the dotted line.

The Cincinnati Bengals are expected to use the right to the first overall pick on the Heisman Trophy winner. However, Burrow made it clear in a previous report that while he wants to be the top pick, joining a team committed to winning is also an important requirement.

The winning part raises some questions on the outlook of the Bengals. They have not been known to invest heavily on making a Super Bowl run and Burrow's revelation could make them think twice. There is no telling if Cincinnati is open to trading their rights to other NFL teams. However, they may want to check on the Miami Dolphins.

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross badly wants to get Burrow to Miami. The only problem there is that the Dolphins are picking at no. 5, lowering their chances at the 2019 National Champion. The only chances Ross and the Dolphins could have is by trading up to get higher in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Aside from the 5th pick, Miami also owns multiple first-round picks in another previous post. At the time, Cincinnati made it clear that they are determined to select Burrow. That was before the 2019 AP College Football Player of the Year said he wanted to join a team committed to winning.

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Joe Burrow #9 of the LSU Tigers motions "first down" during the second half against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 9, 2019 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Todd Kirkland/Getty Images