Former Houston Texans DL sentenced to life in prison

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  1. coltfan123

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    It sounds like prison is where he belongs. When I see stories like this I think of the college scholarship that was wasted on him because he was big and could run.
     
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    If I remember correct, he never made the active roster. Can't remember if the Texans released him or put him on the practice squad though. That was a long time ago and one of many defensive line picks that didn't pan out.
     
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    What a waste. When I see stories like this, I always thank the Lords of Kobol that for whatever reason I didn't end up like this.
     
  5. coltfan123

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    you cant be that bad thorn:)
     
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    234 year sentence ... I think the Judge figured it out. [IMGwidthsize=30]http://www.thedawgpound.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/jail_smiley_emoticon.gif[/IMG]
    http://www.modbee.com/2012/12/01/2476889/former-football-star-gets-234.html
     
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    And I thought the Texans only drafted choirboys? What a piece of work this guy is. I can't remember him ever playing a down for the Texans.
     
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    I think he picked up some bad habits in Indy, T-Bay, and Detroit. :kitten:
     
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    Dark days indeed.
     
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    There's your average run of the mill petty thieves....then there's THAT guy, someone who is flat out evil.

    What a disturbed person he is.

    God bring peace to the people he tormented.
     
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    A guy that had a free education some NFL money that came to him here and there, and probably could have landed some 6 figure job coaching somewhere at some point doing what he loved decides to do this kind of thing instead??

    This is where physical punishment in this country would be very effective. Public caining or something of that nature. A guy who was given everything with tons of opportunities and resorts to this type of chaotic crime is inexcusable. Instead he'll probably get paroled at some point.
     
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    Wow, having the power to do good in this world and that is what this POS did. He could have opened an atheletic training company and coached up young HS players on technique and stamina etc etc.....But, no, I'll go rob and rape people!

    Look at Brian Billick---Drafted in '77 and cut by 2 teams and never played in the NFL and became a wonderful SB winning coach and respected NFL analyst.

    Not saying he could achieve all that -but even 10% of that success and preservation of his freedom would be success.
     
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    You have no idea what an ******* I was back in the 70's. LOL

    But thanks for the encouragement in my old age. :)
     
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    With too much time, wine becomes vinegar.
     
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    every forum has to have a grumpy old man:P
     
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    Yup, just ran the numbers. A 234 year sentence, he'll be eligible 2 1/2 weeks before his 177th birthday. :D
     
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    LOL. So true.
     

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