Re: Dennard arrested on suspicion of dui.....
posted at 7/12/2013 12:32 AM EDT
In response to PatsEng's comment:
In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
In response to russgriswold's comment:
The NCAA has got to get a hold of this problem which clearly is rooted by entitled Millennials at the college level.
The NCAA, the agents, the process of soliciting the players, etc, is something the NFL and NCAA must work together on in the future, or this kind of stuff will keep happening.
All of this is with YOUNGER players, if you notice. Positive PED tests, violence off the field, DUIs, etc, all younger players in the league. Not a coincidence. It goes more than just "or, they're immature", too.
Why does Belichick keep drafting, signing or trading for such terrible people?
Haynesworth, Dennard, Hernandez, Talib...the legacy continues.
Not commenting to you NaS but saw you quoted Rusty (have him on ignore) and I honestly can't believe he said that. God knows any athlete born before the 80's never got in trouble (90's Cowboys *caugh*, early 90's Patriots cociane team *caugh*). But you know no player born prior to the 80's committed murder or tried to and failed (*caugh* OJ, Ray Lewis, Robert Rozier, Ugueth Urbina *caugh*), drug trafficing (*cough* Mercury Morris, Ryan Leaf, Travis Henry *cough*), committed assault (Mike Tyson) or was ever arrested for dui (*cough* every dallas football player pre-95). Yep, just us entitled millennials.
he is just feeling old and turning into his parents-he is staring at 40 and can't handle it
plus he's from the generation that gave us drama queen whining, ecstasy, slacking, grunge (one big decade long whine), dirty ripped flannels and jeans as a fashion statement and other great additions to our nation
Generation X: the USELESS generation