So you don't care about if he flips out and possibly does something incredibly stupid or hurts someone here? That's a acceptable risk for you to take on for a player who hasn't even played football in 2 years and might have a off chance of still being productive? Let's not act like the Raiders signing the guy is some kind of great vote of confidence of his present ability either. They signed him to a one year contract. It's a straight up tire kick which will most likely end up with him getting the boot out the door before the season starts. I agree that we shouldn't just can prospects or players with checkered pasts, but the reward has to greatly outweigh the risk, just like any other investment made in life/business. There isn't much upside or potential reward that's going to offset the risks of signing a 36 yo psychopath who hasn't even played football in 2 years. The players with baggage that you should consider better still be in their prime.. there's just not enough upside there. I'd rather roll the dice on a player ten years younger who isn't a complete maniac with a deteriorating brain. It just doesn't make sense, but that's just me.