Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Bills player out of control

Yet another NFL player has been suspended for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Troubled Buffalo Bills defensive end Anthony Hargrove was suspended for four games without pay by the NFL on Saturday. The suspension is the latest problem for Hargrove after the third-year NFL player was arrested and charged with three misdemeanors stemming from a confrontation with police outside a Rochester nightclub last weekend. Hargrove pleaded not guilty to the charges and also apologized to fans and his teammates, saying: ''I need to hold myself up better than this... It's time for me to be a man and take responsibility in myself.''

The Bills are now considering releasing Hargrove. Although they should seriously reconsider cause the free agent pool is thin with all the NFL players suspended for the start of the season. Unless the NFL is prepared to dig up Pat Tillman they better start suspending players for the last four games of next season instead of the first four.

2 comments:

Chris said...

Man, the Tillman reference is crude...but funny. Keep up the good work. I dig you guys.

Screaming Viking said...

Thanks bra. That is what we try and deliver.