The Uglier Side Of The NFL

The Uglier Side Of The NFL

Third mugshot.

Last time I brought you dear readers a selection of links about the more humorous side of covering the NFL. Unfortunately there is a darker, more mean-spirited side to the NFL. Most of today’s links tend to cover that side of the NFL, because despite all my efforts I can’t bring myself to stop reading.

I’m a terrible person. Please click on these links to help diffuse my responsibility.

Click here if you want to read about the sordid details of a messy break up.

The Mario Williams saga keeps getting uglier. Imagine if a high school MSN break up went public.

Click here if you want to read about Titus Young getting arrested for a third time.

This story was funny until his father told the press that Young stopped taking his meds. Now this is just incredibly sad.

Click here to listen to Tarvaris Jackson talk about being a cheerleader.

Tarvaris Jackson felt like a cheerleader because former Bills coach Chan Gailey refused to play him all of last season. I would feel emasculated too, if the only impediment to my playing time was Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Click here if you have yet to lose your faith in humanity but want to.

Apparently in the NFL you can outright fire someone for being disabled. This might be a new low for Bill Belichek and the New England Patriots.

Click here to read about rookie Keenan Allen’s fashion faux pas.

Classic rookie mistake.

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That’s it for now. Stay tuned for a more detailed analysis of the legal merit of Mario Williams’ case with some help from my legal counsel.

Related posts:

Mario Williams Regrets Putting A Ring On It

Von Miller Is A Chick Magnate

Buddy Nix-ed

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