Wednesday, April 11, 2007

NFL gets tough on crime

In response to the NFL’s “season of sin” commissioner Roger Goodell made good on his promise to strengthen the league’s player conduct policy. Goodell announced on Tuesday that serial gangbanger Pacman Jones will be suspended for the entire 2007 season while Bengal lynchpin Chris Henry will miss the first eight games after being arrested four times in the last 12 months.

I don’t know why the league is picking on Chris Henry. Considering that the Cincinnati police department opened a detachment in Paul Brown Stadium last season, the entire Bengals squad should be shown the door.

This suspension is going to cost Pacman a cool mil in lost salary. I’m hoping he goes Strahan crazy and starts killing people. Or maybe he’ll do the right thing, and suit up for the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL. Yeah it’s tough to operate a glock in -40 degree weather, but at least it won’t cost him $80,000 to get a little action at the strip club. In Canada its full service legal, yo.

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