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2 minutes ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

Marvelous.  I assume the Patriots get a comp pick for this?

I believe Cody Ford has been fined 

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16 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

I believe Cody Ford has been fined 

Nope, they're saying it's Josh's fault because he ducked into it

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20 minutes ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

Marvelous.  I assume the Patriots get a comp pick for this?

First pick in the draft if he's convicted ... 2nd pick depending on contribution by Kraft.

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Looks like Kraft will be making yet another Donation to the police or the DA office. 

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1 hour ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

True but this isn’t like a Hernandez situation.  Odds are some Bills player will do something dumb in the offseason.  I don’t think that should reflect on the team.  That said, there are teams like the Cowboys and bengals that keep signing scumbags.

I don't see any of the current Bills doing anything DUMB!

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1 hour ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Such a waste of time.  The best part is it’s probably a painkiller or some weed.  But at least it’s not the devil’s lettuce!

I mean I hate the Pats but at some point, when do you stop being responsible for grown men making bad decisions?  And honestly, how much of the population does the same extra thing on a daily basis?

When the Aaron Hernandez special comes off of Netflix? 🤷‍♂️

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It's the Patriots, so I understand the mockery and such.

 

BUT, if you remove the Pats for a moment(wish the Pats could be removed permanently), it seems pretty crazy that a guy faces felony charges for carrying around the same drugs he could likely acquire quite easily from the team docs. I think the felony charge is pretty crazy and misguided. The arrest should really be centered around the fact that it was just dumb to carry around the drugs without a script, not about the drugs themselves.

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1 hour ago, H2o said:

The prescription drug charge is a felony most likely. Sucks for him, but stupid choices win you stupid prizes. 

 

I think the saying goes.............

 

"You play stupid games, you win stupid prizes"

 

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2 minutes ago, LSHMEAB said:

It's the Patriots, so I understand the mockery and such.

 

BUT, if you remove the Pats for a moment(wish the Pats could be removed permanently), it seems pretty crazy that a guy faces felony charges for carrying around the same drugs he could likely acquire quite easily from the team docs. I think the felony charge is pretty crazy and misguided. The arrest should really be centered around the fact that it was just dumb to carry around the drugs without a script, not about the drugs themselves.

That's kind of the point of prescription drugs...you need a prescription for them.

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4 minutes ago, GoBills808 said:

That's kind of the point of prescription drugs...you need a prescription for them.

Uh yeah. It's a little different for NFL players.

 

It's a felony if you don't have a prescription for Oxy's or whatever they do. It's perfectly fine if you're popping them like candy, but HAVE the script.

 

That makes it somewhat "off" as far as I'm concerned, especially when you take into account the ease with which they're acquired LEGALLY for NFL athletes. 

 

Not quite sure I understand your point as my assertion was that the drug itself is secondary in the arrest; shoulda just got em from the doctor. When there's a felony charge, I think there should be an actual victim and or serve as some deterrent to activities that lead to crime (even that's dicey because I'm for legalization.) 

 

Considering he almost certainly could have gotten them from the team, stupidity appears to be the real offense. Not sure that's felonious activity.

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17 minutes ago, njbuff said:

 

I think the saying goes.............

 

"You play stupid games, you win stupid prizes"

 

😀

True, but in this case his stupid choices won him his stupid prizes (charges of course) :thumbsup:

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7 minutes ago, LSHMEAB said:

Uh yeah. It's a little different for NFL players.

 

It's a felony if you don't have a prescription for Oxy's or whatever they do. It's perfectly fine if you're popping them like candy, but HAVE the script.

 

That makes it somewhat "off" as far as I'm concerned, especially when you take into account the ease with which they're acquired LEGALLY for NFL athletes. 

 

Not quite sure I understand your point as my assertion was that the drug itself is secondary in the arrest; shoulda just got em from the doctor. When there's a felony charge, I think there should be an actual victim and or serve as some deterrent to activities that lead to crime (even that's dicey because I'm for legalization.) 

 

 Considering he almost certainly could have gotten them from the team, stupidity appears to be the real offense. Not sure that's felonious activity.

 

The LAW says otherwise. 

 

Break the law, pay the penalty. If they were so easily available from the team, why get them illegally? Maybe team doctors knew it was the offseason and they were not appropriate?

 

It’s a red flag that would actually concern me about the person (not the player). Has he maybe gotten them thru the team so much when it made sense that he now feels the need when it is not appropriate? 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Augie said:

 

The LAW says otherwise. 

 

Break the law, pay the penalty. If they were so easily available from the team, why get them illegally? Maybe team doctors knew it was the offseason and they were not appropriate?

 

It’s a red flag that would actually concern me about the person (not the player). Has he maybe gotten them thru the team so much when it made sense that he now feels the need when it is not appropriate? 

 

 

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That's a valid argument. I don't know the specifics of this person's situation, so I can't speak to them. 

 

I can only speak to the broader problem of NFL players being prescribed dangerous drugs left and right, but facing suspension for something as benign as marijuana.

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15 minutes ago, LSHMEAB said:

That's a valid argument. I don't know the specifics of this person's situation, so I can't speak to them. 

 

I can only speak to the broader problem of NFL players being prescribed dangerous drugs left and right, but facing suspension for something as benign as marijuana.

 

I don’t care about weed....... at all. The league will give them that, but only in return for something in the next CBA. 

 

If this guy has ready access to Oxy and the like for most of the year, and then gets his illegally when that dries up, I worry for the man and his family. 

 

 

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I think the real crime here is naming a child “Joejuan”.  

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3 hours ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Such a waste of time.  The best part is it’s probably a painkiller or some weed.  But at least it’s not the devil’s lettuce!

I mean I hate the Pats but at some point, when do you stop being responsible for grown men making bad decisions?  And honestly, how much of the population does the same extra thing on a daily basis?


right now none of that matters. We get to rag on the Patriots. Come on get with the program 

When I opened the thread I was disappointed it wasn’t Belichick 

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5 hours ago, Binghamton Beast said:

This still doesn’t beat Kuoandijo running around Elma with no pants on.

Elma was quite pleased.  She complained her name resulted in little attention from the males of the species.

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5 hours ago, HOUSE said:

Its like my father always told me....watch your speed while transporting the drugs

 

My dad told me "Break one law at a time. You can often talk your way out of one, but when there are more, it gets exponentially harder".

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What it this, Father Appreciation Day? I thought that was in June..

 

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12 hours ago, Binghamton Beast said:

This still doesn’t beat Kuoandijo running around Elma with no pants on.

Or Zay Jones running around naked and bloody breaking windows in a hotel. 

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Just a question, I've been pulled over by cops and normally its a talking to,roadside humiliation as people pass by and then a lecture and ticket. What even prompted the cop to look into the rest of the car? Were the drugs and other stuff scattered on the passenger seat? Not even in a bag? Is this Pat player just stupid?

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