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    Brian Johnson of the Redskins shot in an attempted robbery.


    For there only being 1700 players in the NFL. It seems to be a constant stream of trouble. Not always saying they caused the problem either . But always seem to be involved.

    When is this going to become a talking point.

    Unreal

  • #2
    It’s was attempted car jacking at 1800. In decent area of DC, that ain’t in him. It look like was going to Ben’s chilli bowl a local legend for food

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    • #3
      Originally posted by quoydogs View Post
      Brian Johnson of the Redskins shot in an attempted robbery.


      For there only being 1700 players in the NFL. It seems to be a constant stream of trouble. Not always saying they caused the problem either . But always seem to be involved.

      When is this going to become a talking point.

      Unreal
      Wrong place at the wrong time in the wrong city?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DD55 View Post

          Wrong place at the wrong time in the wrong city?
          I get that but it's always something. For only 1700 people you have to admit it's alarming the trouble they get in and what they get away with.

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          • #6
            Most people get robbed in that shithole city.

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            • #7
              Take 1700 random people, in an urban environment, and some shit is going to happen. When NFL players are involved, it’s more publicized. I think that is the sum of it.

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              • quoydogs
                quoydogs commented
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                I don't know where you find those facts but I'd sure like to read it . I think your dead wrong though.

              • qbronco
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                Carjackings and shootings happen every day.

              • quoydogs
                quoydogs commented
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                I'm not talking just this incident. I get it wrong place at the wrong time but its non stop.

            • #8
              For some strange odd reason we don't see these frequent crimes in NASCAR or hockey. Ohhhh, here and there, sure.

              But

              Whatever

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              • Old Coyote
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                Nascar guys probably have guns in their trucks.
                And who wants to jack a guy what looks like sausage face with 6 teeth and jacked arms..? Probably take one look at NHL players and go, "that's a ****ing feind in a stolen Lexus." Hahaha... Plus they are busy as they have shit loads of games like NBA players

              • quoydogs
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                Valid point

              • nyuknyuk
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                NFL guys have more guns in their trucks.

            • #9
              It seems like a lot because it’s 100% going to be reported by the media. No one cares if an average joe gets shot in a random carjacking attempt. So it might make local news but not National.

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              • #10
                Originally posted by The1percentKid View Post
                Most people get robbed in that shithole city.
                Hyperbole much?

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                • #11
                  22 incidents reported this year alone off this article. I didn't see Buffalos Punter or Watson on here either so I don't know how accurate it is.

                  These are arrests, charges and citations of NFL players for crimes more serious than common traffic violations. Almost all of the players belonged to an NFL roster at the time of the incident. In rare cases, a free agent is included only if that player later signs with an NFL team. The data comes from media reports and public records. It cannot be considered fully complete because records of some player arrests might not have been found for various reasons, including lack of media coverage or accessible public records. Many resolutions to these cases also are pending or could not be immediately found. The database was conceived and created by sports reporter Brent Schrotenboer, who can be reached at [email protected] Please contact him with any updates or inquiries.


                  Still even at 22 it's crazy . These are supposed to be role modules and outstanding Citizens. It's turning out to be a league of thugs.

                  Keep in mind this is just reported. I would venture to say it triple this amount. Then there are all the people that are just in the wrong spot at the wrong time excuse.

                  If you include all that I bet we are getting close to 8 percent of the NFL players are in or around trouble per year.

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                  • #12
                    It is what you get when you have a lot of guys who grow up rough without parents and specifically a father figure or role model. They get to High School and are coddled and given power until they make the league. Recipe for disaster especially once they get some money.

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                    • #13
                      Originally posted by DD55 View Post
                      It is what you get when you have a lot of guys who grow up rough without parents and specifically a father figure or role model. They get to High School and are coddled and given power until they make the league. Recipe for disaster especially once they get some money.
                      Yep, then when drafted the higher picks are given a boat load of money and they are all centered in the largest city's in the USA where there is more crime likely to happen to them or for them to get involved in.

                      Hockey is not without it's share of thugs, Bob Probert comes to mind.

                      Baseball seems to have more drug abusers but they know how to skirt the system. Plus they don't have as much down time as the NFL, same with Basketball.

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                      • #14
                        Not to destroy the narrative of this thread- the incident occurred at 1730 (5:30) on Sunday when Johnson and two friends were leaving a restaurant with take-out. When the two teenagers - 17 and 15 - attempted to rob them, Johnson grab the gun from one of the kid and the other shoot him and one of his friend. Johnson's friend was treated on the scene. The two teenagers were not from DC but from Prince George, MD.

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                        • #15
                          Originally posted by quoydogs View Post
                          Still even at 22 it's crazy . These are supposed to be role modules and outstanding Citizens. It's turning out to be a league of thugs.
                          Never role models. Role models should be parents and parents only. When things are missing at home is when the kids start turning outward.

                          There is a certain small percentage of the population that for whatever reason cannot stay out of trouble. The Broncos have had a few of those, most notoriously in my mind was Gerald Perry and secondly, Vance Johnson.

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                          • #16
                            Originally posted by KranzDictum View Post


                            Hockey is not without it's share of thugs, Bob Probert comes to mind.
                            Patrick Roy.

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                            • #17
                              Hard to find the most up-to-date statistical information, but in studies done in the recent past, NFL player crime rates are lower than the general population of men of similar age.

                              Pro-sport athletes are no stranger to arrests and criminal charges. Here are examples of NFL players with criminal records.

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                              • #18
                                Don't bring up statistics, Q. There are folks here who have narratives to push! 😂

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                                • nyuknyuk
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                                  Don't be skerred.

                                • Old Coyote
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                                  aint no narrative in what I spouted. NHL guys with sausage face and 6 teeth do look like Meth Feinds that just stole a lexus.

                              • #19
                                Originally posted by nyuknyuk View Post

                                Never role models. Role models should be parents and parents only. When things are missing at home is when the kids start turning outward.

                                There is a certain small percentage of the population that for whatever reason cannot stay out of trouble. The Broncos have had a few of those, most notoriously in my mind was Gerald Perry and secondly, Vance Johnson.
                                Don't forget about Clarence Kay -- he's gotta be on the Mount Rushmore of Broncos miscreants.

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                                • #20
                                  Originally posted by elsid13 View Post
                                  Not to destroy the narrative of this thread- the incident occurred at 1730 (5:30) on Sunday when Johnson and two friends were leaving a restaurant with take-out. When the two teenagers - 17 and 15 - attempted to rob them, Johnson grab the gun from one of the kid and the other shoot him and one of his friend. Johnson's friend was treated on the scene. The two teenagers were not from DC but from Prince George, MD.
                                  Brian Robinson certainly didn't deserve to be shot for buying food at a restaurant on a Sunday afternoon -- not the wrong time, and not the wrong place! Just an unfortunate, random incident. Here's hoping his injuries aren't too bad, and that he has a full and speedy recovery.

                                  Now, Talib shooting himself in the leg that one time....

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                                  • #21
                                    Originally posted by BowlenBall View Post

                                    Don't forget about Clarence Kay -- he's gotta be on the Mount Rushmore of Broncos miscreants.
                                    How could I forget Clarence? I think he still lives in the Denver area. I don't recall Kay's exploits being of the level of Perry.

                                    My view of Mark Jackson was trashed when I read The Vance: The Beginning and the End years ago.

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                                    • #22
                                      Originally posted by BowlenBall View Post

                                      Now, Talib shooting himself in the leg that one time....
                                      They probably had to give him oxygen for all the pain meds he had on board. Wasn't there doubt that he actually shot himself?

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                                      • #23
                                        Talibs are crazy as hell.
                                        I was hoping the great crazy thing would happen on live TV and you know, not anything deadly. I figured he'd get fired for pantsing someone or thumping someone's nose or fighting a player and stupidity punching his helmet...

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                                        • #24
                                          I knew Clarence well - a born Mack Daddy. Not sure what he did to rate "miscreant" with you guys, but he could go from "zero" -to- "in her bed" in shockingly short lengths of time. He struck out a few times too of course, but in a total of several dozen times, I never saw a young lady get angry with him ... they usually smiled and laughed.

                                          Reeves friggin loved the guy, said he was pound for pound as good a blocker as he'd ever seen.

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                                          • Old Coyote
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                                            It's not difficult.

                                            You just have to be natural, Interesting, worried more about your own tasks than her, but still give enough attention to let her know you are interested but got things to do... and don't mislead. Oh and being cashy or good looking or both are not replacements for being interesting and fun. Thats why ugly ass comedians will be with chicks totally out of their league that have their own money. Women that could have anyone, and they choose ugly funny rich over rich good looking but not funny. Dude is probably interesting and down to earth real.

                                            P.S. - I still like you even if you killed the Mane and post like a 50 year old virgin.

                                        • #25
                                          Originally posted by BowlenBall View Post

                                          Don't forget about Clarence Kay -- he's gotta be on the Mount Rushmore of Broncos miscreants.

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                                          Don't forget Chad Kelly. 😁

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