On Tuesday, Packers defensive lineman Johnny Jolly was re-indicted on drug charges in Houston.
On Wednesday, he talked about the situation.
“Man I don’t worry about nothing,” Jolly said, per Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press Gazette. “I’ve got God on my side.
I can’t trust the man, but as long as I’ve got God, I don’t have
nothing to worry about.”
He said he’s confident he’ll beat the re-filed rap, arising from allegations that he illegally possessed 200 or more grams of codeine in the form of cough syrup that was mixed with soda.
“I just found out last night,” Jolly said. “I don’t know anything yet. My lawyer’s taking
care of it right now. I’m going to let him do his job, and I’m going to
do my job.”
The charges initially were dropped in July, a day before trial was scheduled to begin.