It's an epidemic!!!
It's an epidemic!!!
Originally Posted by Colorado Dolfan
I just knew he lived too close to Ricky to take a chance on. Well I suppose in another couple of years he'll be off to the CFL with the rest of the druggies!
yea i saw that the other day, i think it was once said that 75% of the nfl smokes weed so i always wondered why everyone hated so hard on ricky, i mean yea he was caught numerous times and then ran off but it cant be said that ricky isnt the only player in the nfl to hit it up
Well I think your confusing possesion with a failed NFL drug test. To date Sullivan hasn't flunked a drug test admistered by the league. Ricky....well there's a reason he's playing in Canada mon although I sure would like to know which illegal substance he was abusing this last time.Originally Posted by miaD5499
funny how this isn't actually put on tv.
"Having moneys not everything, not having it is"
because espn wants to bring shame too the dolphins orinization and its trueOriginally Posted by Saban4prez
I think you can thank Ricky himself for the hate on Ricky that most fans exhibit. Going on 60 minutes to blow his own horn was what probably turned most people off because it displayed a certain arrogance or mentality that it's only about Ricky when there were 50 other players that counted on him to be part of the team not to mention his fans. When he quit the league (opps I mean retired) it futher fostered the spoiled child image. I think he'd be more respected if he had owned up to his short comings and then taken his punishment like a man and then change his ways. Had he done that people would have been less hard on him and who knows he may even be playing football in america this season. Its a shame that some of these athletes have so much god given talent and so little common sense.Originally Posted by miaD5499
Steroids maybe? For some raeson that just comes to mind, after all he was trying to come back in the league after a year off so he would want something to give him a boost.Originally Posted by MR NFLFAN
You would think these guys would figure it out after a while, but obviously not. I think that part of the problem is that a lot of coaches in HS and college look the other way on casual drug use, and so athletes think that they can do the same when they turn pro and don't realize that the NFL means business.Originally Posted by miaD5499
As for Ricky, he brought it on himself. As MR NFLFAN said, he should have taken his suspension and been done with it. I think that the NFL banned him this season partly as a lesson to other players that even being a "star" isn't going to save your arse if you are a repeat violator of the drug policy. Obviously, some players weren't paying attention!
If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich. -- John F. Kennedy, January 20, 1961
What she said.