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Old 04-18-2008   #1
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Default ICOU not only dopers but dopes also

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TITANS IMPLICATED IN POT PURCHASES
Posted by Mike Florio on April 18, 2008, 11:16 a.m.
Well, at least they’re not buying steroids.

Court records recently filed in connection with the case of a former Nashville police officer sentenced to prison indicate that multiple members of the Tennessee Titans purchased “high-dollar, hydroponically grown marijuana” from a local drug dealer, according to Terry McCormick of the Nashville City Paper.

Corey Cecil testified that he sold the pot to members of the team, and that some of them actually wired money into his mother’s account to pay for the drugs.

Cecil also admitted that he would “pinch out” seven grams per ounce sold to the players, and that the players didn’t know they were being shortchanged. (Um, they do now.)

Cecil was allegedly part of a scam with his uncle, former officer Ernest Cecil, where the uncle would stage phony drug busts during the transactions, the nephew would get away with the drugs and the money, and then the nephew would re-sell the drugs.

The disclosure, standing alone, isn’t enough for the NFL to act against any Titans players, especially since none of them are named. But it could be the starting point for an investigation, which could result in the league putting players into the substance abuse program. Though a positive test is the primary pathway into the program, behavior can place a player into the program as well.
Some times I feel blessed by the fact that the ICOU are so easy to mess with.

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