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Posted 29 Mar 2014A couple reminders to everyone worried about D-Jax throwing a couple gang signs in a music video.
Ben Rothesburger Raped a woman in in a public bathroom
Kobe Bryant raped a hotel manager by tricking her into coming into to his room by saying the TV was broken
Ray Lewis Stabbed two men to death at a bar and latter lied to the police about even being there
Lawrence Taylor had sex with a 16 year old girl while high on crack
Mike Vick Hosted a dog fighting ring and personally killed dogs
Rae Carruth hired two hit men to conduct the execution-style murder of his pregnant girlfriend, all because she wanted to keep the child.
Michael Irvin was a coke head for years while he was playing
OJ Simpson - nuf said
Sebastian Janikowski - He's been arrested for bar fights, drinking and driving, reckless driving, bribing a police officer, evidence tampering and possession of a drug best known as "the date rape drug."
Lance Rentzel was arrested for exposing himself to a 10-year-old girl in 1970.
Lawrence Phillips hit a woman in the face once for refusing to dance with him. Phillips is currently behind bars for 29 more years, in part, for driving his car into three teens after a dispute arose from a pick-up game of football.
Barret Robbins is known as being the guy who went on a bender the night before the Super Bowl and was nowhere to be found the day of the game. Robbins out did himself the following year when he attacked three police officers who returned the favor by popping him twice in the chest. Even after being shot he continued his attack. He later would take a plea bargain for his charges.
Mark Gastineau was arrested multiple times for Assault, drug possession and women beating. Continuous parole violations earned an 11-month long retreat in Riker's Island prison.
Eugene Robinson -- On the same day he received the Bart Starr Award from Athletes in Action, Robinson got caught offering an undercover Miami policewoman $40 for oral sex. Did I mention the award is given to those showing the utmost standards of moral conduct? Or that the award was given the day before he was to play in the Super Bowl?
Posted 24 Mar 2014Robert Kraft: Darrelle Revis took less money to come to Patriots
By Will Brinson | NFL Writer
March 24, 2014 4:08 pm ET
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ORLANDO -- Acquiring the services of Darrelle Revis isn't easy and it's certainly not cheap. But if you believe Patriots owner Robert Kraft, New England got a deal when they signed the cornerback to a one-year, $12 million deal in free agency this offseason.
Kraft said at the 2014 NFL owners' meetings that Revis could have gotten "considerably more money" by going to another team but chose New England instead.
"Here's a young man who really much had his choice of any team he wanted in the NFL and he came to us," Kraft said. "He could have gotten considerably more money going to other teams. He still came to us and I think he knows we're committed to winning as an organization. I really believe his priority is trying to win."
Kraft pointed out that he thinks Revis, who he's met with this offseason, has focused more on the importance of winning as opposed to the importance of making money moving forward.
"He's really [stepped up] his commitment to training. I know he's gone to Arizona — he really wants to win," Kraft said. "And part of it, sometimes I think young men come in the NFL and they come from modest backgrounds financially and they're able to make a lot of money and it's a turn on. I think of myself in business when I started out and then you realize what's important and I think he's trying to find a balance of making a very comfortable income but at the same time he wants to win.
"There's no doubt in my mind that football's very important to him and he wants to win. And the same is true is with everyone else we've signed this offseason."
Revis and Brandon Browner -- who Kraft says the Patriots did their due diligence on -- should become a formidable duo at cornerback for New England once Browner returns from his four-game suspension.
Given how well New England's done the last decade, there's a good chance Revis will get plenty of chances to taste victory.
It doesn't hurt that he'll collect a "lesser" sum like $12 million in the process either.
Posted 6 Mar 2014
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Posted 27 Feb 2014http://www.usatoday....ngeles/5875411/
Former NFL star Darren Sharper is now under investigation for nine rapes in five states after authorities in New Orleans on Thursday said they issued arrest warrants for Sharper and an acquaintance for the alleged rapes of two women there last September.
Sharper, 38, previously had been under investigation for one alleged rape in New Orleans. Last week, a prosecutor in Los Angeles referenced an additional alleged victim in New Orleans – a case that was confirmed by New Orleans authorities Thursday with additional details.
Sharper and his acquaintance, Erik Nunez, 26, each face two counts of aggravated rape.
"Last week, investigators learned that not one, but two women were allegedly sexually assaulted by Sharper in the same apartment the night of September 23rd," New Orleans police said in a statement. "New information uncovered also indicates that Nunez also allegedly raped both women that night at the same location."
New Orleans police said additional arrests are possible as the investigation continues.
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Sharper, who played with the New Orleans Saints and was a member of the team that won the Super Bowl in 2010, last week pleaded not guilty in California to charges that that he raped two women in Los Angeles after drugging them.
Police suspect he did the same to other women in Arizona and Nevada, where investigations are continuing. In Miami Beach, Fla., police also suspect he raped a woman there last year after she became highly intoxicated.
Sharper previously only faced formal charges in Los Angeles, where he is scheduled for a preliminary hearing in April, though more charges could be coming in other states as they complete their investigations.
Los Angeles Judge Renee Korn last week raised his bail from $200,000 to $1 million and also set terms for him, including ordering him not to be alone with women he didn't know prior to Oct. 30, 2013, the date of the first alleged Los Angeles incident. Korn also ordered him not to leave Los Angeles County and not to go to nightclubs, where he allegedly partied with his alleged victims before the alleged rapes.
"The court considers these crimes quite serious and has to evaluate the protection of the public." Korn said.
Sharper's attorney, Leonard Levine, told the judge that "all of these were consensual contact between Mr. Sharper and women who wanted to be in his company, who voluntarily ingested alcohol and drugs in many cases."
Under Louisiana law, a person convicted of committing aggravated rape shall be punished by life imprisonment at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence.
Sharper, who is currently suspended without pay from his job as an analyst for the NFL Network, faces up to 30 years in prison for the alleged Los Angeles crimes alone.
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