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player who was charged with vehicular manslaughter for DUI that killed other player... yea he's hanging on the cowboys sideline. How can they be this dumb? Seriously jerry jones needs an intervention.
"Crito, I owe a cock to Asclepius; will you remember to pay the debt?"
Think the mother of the deceased requested that the team let him hang around.
It's not her call....no way to justify it
That's exactly right. Still seems weird to have him there after what happened.
He should be in jail. Period.
Leftyatthewashout.com @leftymusic @grookster @beng803
He's out on 500,000 bond.
You know I hardly ever reply to anything but it is so easy to judge people from behind a screen name. I have made mistakes in my life. I guess you guys are perfect. He made a mistake. Yes it was a big one. I for one hope they help him all they can.
I think it's fairly certain he'll see jail time. His bond was much higher than it would've been for an average Joe. He's still entitled to due process no matter which crime he's accused of committing. Not sure why you think he shouldn't be afforded the same treatment anyone else in his position receives.
Dude i "judge" killers in real life too. You should too.
Dude's a POS and no way in hell he should be on my TV screen today. Get real.
Turn the channel. Your choice. That real enough?
Please give the computer back to your father.
Good talk, bro.
He's their friend and teammate. Maybe when he's convicted or pleads guilty they'll feel differently.
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
If im JJ I let the kid be at practice and with the tam in every way EXCEPT on the sidelines in front of the nation. Let him watch from the locker room or trainer's room.
what did he do? Was he reckless when the accident occurred or was he simply intoxicated? I don't know the details of this situation but I would think that is something to consider. I am not proud of it but there were MANY times that I was DUI and the same thing could have happened to me and that does not make me a POS....just for the record, I no longer drink-at all, and I believe, and am thankful, that God protected me in all of those situations.
He without sin, cast the first stone!
LIMESTONE SAINTS FOOTBALL SIGNING CLASS
Dude he made a mistake. Both guys went out for drinks. When you are intoxicated you don't make the best decisions. You are acting as if his intentions was to kill his best friend. In sure the guy is going through alot and he needs a support system which the cowboys are doing. Man i only hope you support people around you when they make a costly mistake in life.
She did and the Cowboys should have said no. Sends a terrrible message of tolerance for taking one's life.
Left to right: Reed and Blondie,
hey dutch , do you really care or is it your team lost ? if you REALLY CARED , You would be against all tailgating. naah , just a typical hypocrite that's a steeler fan.
If you go helmet to helmet they suspend a game and fine you but if you drive 125mph 2x over the alcohol limit and kill your best friend and teammate you can high five on the sideline a few days later.....makes a lot of sense NFL
god help the man who needs courts to inform his moral compass.
These are my thoughts also. You shouldn't dessert people when they make mistakes even deadly ones but would not have him on the sideline.
Friendship runs deep. Probably every one of us under slightly different circumstances could faced a horrific reality similar to the one he's facing now. I don't think he should be on the sidelines, but I wouldn't expect this "family" of his to turn their backs on him at this point. It's pretty clear that he'll be spending quite a while behind bars. I doubt barring him from the sidelines would've had much of an effect on the hell he's living now.
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