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Steelers would be wise to plan for 2010 sans Ben

Peter King of SI.com makes a point in his Monday Morning Quarterback column that reflects a sentiment that has been quietly spreading through the league:  the Steelers need to have a plan at quarterback for 2010 in the event that Ben Roethlisberger isn’t available.

Though the key moment in this regard remains the ultimate decision on whether charges will be filed, the fact that the case already has created enough of a mess to keep Roethlisberger away from offseason workouts underscores the gravity of the situation.  How serious is it?  Says King, “I’ve been alarmed by some of the hearsay I’ve heard said about the Roethlisberger case.”

The most obvious fallback plan is Dennis Dixon, a one-time Heisman candidate who slid to round five due to a torn ACL and who performed well against the Ravens on short notice last season.  Recently, we laid out the other options for the Steelers at SportingNews.com, which include a few surprising but not implausible names.

It would still be a major upset if Roethlisberger isn’t available when the 2010 season starts.  But the fact that the situation is bad enough to keep him away from offseason workouts should be more than enough of a warning to prompt the Steelers to seriously regard the possibility that Ben could be away for other more important portions of the calendar — including part or all of the regular season.

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  1. i'm president charlie! says: Mar 29, 2010 8:37 AM

    Florio,
    What other Steelers were/are not in attendance for VOLUNTARY offseason workouts?

  2. Steelbird says: Mar 29, 2010 8:37 AM

    Let’s trade him now for Namdi Asamooga(Spelling?)

  3. Goldhooka says: Mar 29, 2010 8:38 AM

    Been hearing this for a while

  4. JustMike says: Mar 29, 2010 8:39 AM

    Their needs are far greater than him…I imagine they wouldn’t have been busted out of the playoffs by the Browns if they had planned for a 2009 without Troy and some key line guys.
    I’d recommend planning for a safety, a corner, some special teamers, and a running back while they’re at it.

  5. JPeezy says: Mar 29, 2010 8:41 AM

    Nice to see Foolio starting the week with his weekly “write something to try and piss off the Steelers fans” column.
    *Yawn* The Steelers have almost a month until the draft. They will know whether or not Ben will be charged by then. They also have a few months after the draft before training camp starts. There is a ton of time to swing a trade for a Byron Leftwich type if needed.
    OK, you can check the ox on the Ben Roethlsiberger heresay column, now go find some actual news for a change!

  6. Florios'Lawyer says: Mar 29, 2010 8:41 AM

    I’m not sure which will be better…
    Finally hearing that Roethlisberger will be exonerated for lack of evidence and cooperation of the “accuser” or watching the haters spiral into a world of gloom, despair and self-destruction that will last for decades.
    The haters want this guy to be found guilty so freakin’ bad they’re actually rooting for it to be true. They love this idea more than they love their own lives.
    And only because they dislike a sports team.
    Carry on haters.
    Your pain is our joy.
    Thank you for this. Really.
    Steeler Nation

  7. drumbug71 says: Mar 29, 2010 8:42 AM

    Would the Steelers really make a run at Dan LeFevour? I mean, Ben’s owed, what, $16 million each year from here on out, Dixon’s making a good bit of money, and Batch is still on the roster. That’s a lot of money tied up on Quarterbacks, and I can’t see the Steelers parting with any of them. If they would part with one for good, it would be Dixon, and I just think he’s too good to let go for an untested rookie.

  8. jackybadass says: Mar 29, 2010 8:42 AM

    tibo looks like a good fit for the bad pitt players. he will never embarrass the team or the league. he is what the country needs. an american hero. he will have a great impact on any team he’s on!

  9. GoBrowns19 says: Mar 29, 2010 8:42 AM

    It is pretty peculiar that you hear nothing in the mainstream media with new updates. Usually you have the defense throwing out all kinds of little tidbits to get public sympathy, but this time that’s not so.

  10. PirateFreedom says: Mar 29, 2010 8:44 AM

    King even mentioning the “hearsay” is a big surprise to me.
    If I was a Steeler fan that would worry me.
    It isn’t like King to risk bad feelings with a leading QB.

  11. EdgarSnyder says: Mar 29, 2010 8:44 AM

    Dixon will step up.
    kid was going to win the heisman, (not just a canidate) before the knee injury.

  12. dabarber says: Mar 29, 2010 8:45 AM

    They are all set–they plan on going 6-10 with Charlie Batch.

  13. OliverMolly says: Mar 29, 2010 8:45 AM

    Well, he is working out…. in a bathroom in Milledgville. He is benchpressing college chicks.

  14. raybin says: Mar 29, 2010 8:46 AM

    Florio, I hope you never stop with these Roethlisberger stories. I mean, I’m as sick of it as everyone else, but the hysterical over the top reactions by first one side, then the other make for comedy gold.

  15. TFBuckFutter says: Mar 29, 2010 8:50 AM

    “Recently, we laid out the other options for the Steelers at SportingNews.com, which include a few surprising but not implausible names.”
    +1 for resisting the urge to include Jeff George in there.
    -2 for predictably putting Daunte Crappepper in there. The only question he’s the answer to is “Who is, at this point, similar to, but more useless than, Jamarcus Russell.”

  16. 8man says: Mar 29, 2010 8:52 AM

    I may be naive, but why is this an issue. Has he been charged with anything yet?
    This story is almost a month old and nothing has come of it.

  17. hayward giablommi says: Mar 29, 2010 8:53 AM

    Is it too soon to start printing the “Ben Rapistberger Sexual Assault Victim Fan Club” t-shirts?
    Perhaps the “Ben Rapistberger Sexual Assault Victim Support Group” would be more appropriate.
    Be strong, ladies. This socially deviant monster will be removed from society soon enough.

  18. Viper2000 says: Mar 29, 2010 8:54 AM

    Love it!!! Hey Ben, no is NOT the new yes. haha

  19. Jack Burton says: Mar 29, 2010 8:58 AM

    Dixon will be more than ready if they call his number.

  20. Matt says: Mar 29, 2010 8:59 AM

    Dude — how is this news? Why is there a thread about this at this point? Report something new (and somewhat truthful), or don’t report anything at all.

  21. nerd says: Mar 29, 2010 8:59 AM

    Even if no charges are filed, he could allegedly rape someone else at any moment.

  22. Kaz says: Mar 29, 2010 9:00 AM

    People will be watching Goodell. Let’s see, dog fighting…..Rape. Which is a worse offense?

  23. DoctorK says: Mar 29, 2010 9:05 AM

    It’s one thing when you read rumors here but another when Peter King–an avowed Steelers fan among journalists–hears something and calls it disturbing.
    I don’t know how close the Steelers came to signing Mike Vick last year but it would seem prudent now. The other names you mentioned–not happening.

  24. IanWhetstone says: Mar 29, 2010 9:09 AM

    “Ben’s owed, what, $16 million each year from here on out, Dixon’s making a good bit of money, and Batch is still on the roster.”
    No, actually, Roethlisberger is owed an average of a little over $11 million over the next six years, and Dixon makes minimum salaries on a fifth-round rookie contract. You can throw in Batch, and the Steelers will still be paying less for all three together than some teams are paying for a warm body like, say, Eli Manning.
    And it’s good to see that there is in fact no limit to the number of pointless entries with no information that Mr. Florio is willing to milk out of this thing.

  25. War_Paint says: Mar 29, 2010 9:10 AM

    Whoa, Steeler fans sound more like Raider fans with each passing incident. It’s one thing for the bloom to be off the rose, it’s another to react to the fact in an unsavory manner. Karma has a way of evening things out and Pittsburgh’s karmic debt is huge!

  26. Steeler4life says: Mar 29, 2010 9:12 AM

    Ben will be the starter game 1!

  27. FoozieGrooler says: Mar 29, 2010 9:12 AM

    “PirateFreedom says:
    King even mentioning the “hearsay” is a big surprise to me. If I was a Steeler fan that would worry me.”
    Hearsay:
    1 : talk or opinion widely disseminated with no discernible source
    2 : a statement or report current without known authority for its truth
    Doesn’t sound like anything to worry about to me.

  28. Big Stretch says: Mar 29, 2010 9:13 AM

    Over/Under on “Rapistberger” comments—90

  29. Massappeal says: Mar 29, 2010 9:16 AM

    And the judge said “Guilty” in a make-believe trial
    And slapped the sheriff on the back with a smile
    Said’ supper’s waitin’ at home and I gotta get to it”

  30. Bdrunk says: Mar 29, 2010 9:17 AM

    The Ravens figured out Dixon after 1 half of that game. The Ravens. Imagine what a decent team would do to him. It’ll be like the Kent Graham season. *shudders*

  31. AllThat says: Mar 29, 2010 9:19 AM

    Hey Florio’s Lawyer: We do it because it is fun, not because we are haters.
    You would be doing the same if it was someone else’s QB.
    Hail Hail the Black & Urine!!!!
    Lol

  32. hayward giapunchmi says: Mar 29, 2010 9:21 AM

    “hayward giablommi says: March 29, 2010 8:53 AM
    Is it too soon to start printing the “Ben Rapistberger Sexual Assault Victim Fan Club” t-shirts? ”
    Speaking of t-shirts;
    …somewhere in Nicaragua, some poor kid is wearing a new t-shirt and wondering “what’s does 19-0 mean, and who the f*ck are the New England Patriots?”
    LMAO

  33. jwesty says: Mar 29, 2010 9:23 AM

    I’m not sure which will be better…
    Finally hearing that Roethlisberger will be exonerated for lack of evidence and cooperation of the “accuser” or watching the haters spiral into a world of gloom, despair and self-destruction that will last for decades.
    The haters want this guy to be found guilty so freakin’ bad they’re actually rooting for it to be true. They love this idea more than they love their own lives.
    And only because they dislike a sports team.
    Carry on haters.
    Your pain is our joy.
    Thank you for this. Really.
    Steeler Nation
    **********Hello, retard, YOUR QB is looking at some serious charges here…..This is not about hate, this is the reality of what could be! If this goes down the way it looks the Steelers are in need for a plan B. Has nothing to do with dislike, all to do with a crime! IF YOU WANT TO HATE, HATE BIG BEN AND LITTLE BEN! LOL

  34. The Real Shuxion says: Mar 29, 2010 9:26 AM

    Steelbird says:
    March 29, 2010 8:37 AM
    Let’s trade him now for Namdi Asamooga(Spelling?)
    ————————————————-
    Anyone who spells the name correctly looked it up on wikipedia. Anyone who says otherwise is lying or is a Raider fan.

  35. bspurloc says: Mar 29, 2010 9:27 AM

    Suspensions never happen….
    When you are a Super Cereal rapist.

  36. The Real Shuxion says: Mar 29, 2010 9:28 AM

    We can already tell Benforces himself on one kind of Taco (I mean, look at him. Jared Zabransky thinks this guy needs Nutri-system.)
    But does he on another kind of taco?
    We will find out one of these days.

  37. Randall says: Mar 29, 2010 9:28 AM

    “Steelers would be wise to plan for 2010 sans Ben”
    It’s called a 2nd-string quarterback, most teams come already equipped.

  38. Sallust73 says: Mar 29, 2010 9:30 AM

    Maybe Peter King ought to be more worried about the FACT that there is not any physical evidence and the alleged victim was 10 times above the legal limit for age. Sounds like great evidence to me. It amazes me what passed for “journalism” today. Maybe we can hear one more time about the Commander-in-Chief’s NCAA bracket. What a joke journalism in this country has become. Pathetic.

  39. Cleric John Preston says: Mar 29, 2010 9:30 AM

    Honestly, you have some steelers fans out there who are living in denial of who Ben really is.
    He’s not a good guy. Plenty of annecdotal stories outside of his sexual assault case have come out showing that his head isn’t on straight.
    Now you have this sexual assault, second accusation in a couple of years. 1st one seemed like she was crazy, but 2 now? Was the 1st one crazy . . . or crazy like a fox?
    If Peter King is talking about the case when he says the hearsay is distrubing, I’m assuming he’s talking about the Donkey-Punching rumor thats out there, that perfectly fits the facts of the case, but gets continually deleted from forums.
    If Ben was stupid enough to have consensual sex with a 20 year on in a bathroom of a club, but then Donkey Punch her (extremely dangerous and violent act) at the end on a dare . . . he’s out of control.
    With it being the uncapped year, I wouldn’t be suprised to see Steelers cut ties with Ben while they can.
    Honestly, the motorcyle accident, then 2 rape charges? His head isn’t in the right place.
    Also, he was REALLY overweight and out of shape last year, and it showed.

  40. JIM says: Mar 29, 2010 9:32 AM

    GOBROWNS….there is no public sympathy for RAPESBURGER..even the Steeler fans are getting to hate him

  41. Outlaw Jersey Whales says: Mar 29, 2010 9:33 AM

    “The first condemned prisoner to be electrocuted in Georgia was Howard Hinson. He was executed in 1924 in an electric chair which he reportedly made himself in the prison at Milledgeville. Before 1924 hanging was the method of execution in Georgia. The electric chair now in use traces its relatively short history to 1976 when the Department of Corrections forced its prison workers to build the new electric chair, one which is used to apply 2,000 volts of electricity at an average of nine amps to the head of the condemned prisoner with each “shock” sequence lasting approximately 35 to 40 seconds. Twenty-two condemned prisoners have died since 1977 in the newer electric chair.”
    ————————————————–
    In Roethlisberger’s case the “shocks” will be elevated, due to his giant head, to such a level that there will be massive brown-outs, at the least, and the possibility of total regional electrical grid collapse, at the worst.
    Application of the “shocks” will be greatly aided by the already present bolts on either side of Roethlisbergers neck.

  42. hayward giapunchmi says: Mar 29, 2010 9:34 AM

    “# Bdrunk says: March 29, 2010 9:17 AM
    The Ravens figured out Dixon after 1 half of that game. The Ravens. Imagine what a decent team would do to him. It’ll be like the Kent Graham season. *shudders*”
    If they “figured him out after 1 half” why didn’t they put their knowledge into action?
    If I recall, it took the Ratbirds into Overtime to beat the Steelers’ 3rd stringer.

  43. milpool says: Mar 29, 2010 9:43 AM

    Well put FozzieGrooler !

  44. bucco bruce says: Mar 29, 2010 9:43 AM

    Um, hello Mike. This is Raheem down in Tampa. We’ve got this guy, Byron “The Human Windmill” Leftwich who played for you guys a few years back. He can be had cheap. Just sayin.

  45. AllThat says: Mar 29, 2010 9:47 AM

    Ben to Santonio in the prison yard…..TOUCHDOWN!!!!!!!

  46. CT Stiller says: Mar 29, 2010 9:52 AM

    ‘Says King, “I’ve been alarmed by some of the hearsay I’ve heard said about the Roethlisberger case.”‘
    It’s hearsay. That’s why courts don’t allow it.
    It’s bad enough when an actual lawyer/sports gossip columnist analyzes a case to death (as is the case with Florio). Now we have just a sports gossip columnist proclaiming the “hearsay” he’s been hearing is troubling. Same guy who sympathized with Michael Vick because “pit bulls aren’t good dogs.”

  47. TFBuckFutter says: Mar 29, 2010 9:58 AM

    “Sallust73 says:
    March 29, 2010 9:30 AM
    Maybe Peter King ought to be more worried about the FACT that there is not any physical evidence and the alleged victim was 10 times above the legal limit for age. ”
    So remember everyone! If you ever encounter someone who isn’t 21, and has had alcohol, feel free to rape the shit out of them as much as you’d like.
    It’s not a crime. You can’t assault the drunk!

  48. Scrumhead says: Mar 29, 2010 9:58 AM

    Gotta believe the Rooneys and not law enforcement or Goodell are going to decide Ben’s fate. Like it or not, Steeler Nation’s roots start with the Rooney family and they don’t like being on “Page 1″ or this douchbag’s column. At some point ownership will make the first move in the form of team suspension, trade, or cut. That’s why the Steelers are the gold standard.

  49. GreenAsGrass says: Mar 29, 2010 9:58 AM

    5-11
    6-10 tops

  50. scoop.and.slam says: Mar 29, 2010 9:59 AM

    You don’t like Jeff Garcia on the Steelers? I think he’d be the best option out there for them.

  51. Stihler fan says: Mar 29, 2010 10:04 AM

    …and Mike Florio better start planning on what he’s going to write about after it becomes apparent to him (as it is to Steeler fans) that this issue is going nowhere. He apparently has little else to write about. He’s about as original as the people on here writing “Rapistberger
    bspurloc: Ben rapes cereal?

  52. Occam says: Mar 29, 2010 10:06 AM

    “…somewhere in Nicaragua, some poor kid is wearing a new t-shirt and wondering “what’s does 19-0 mean, and who the f*ck are the New England Patriots.”
    It might be time to start working on some new material.

  53. SamWycheForPrez says: Mar 29, 2010 10:11 AM

    Matt says:
    March 29, 2010 8:59 AM
    Dude — how is this news? Why is there a thread about this at this point?
    ——————————————————————————————————–
    I agree. The Steelers have been beating up their wives/girlfriends for years. Is it really all that unexpected that another Steeler would treat a woman like garbage?

  54. ICDogg says: Mar 29, 2010 10:18 AM

    How come no one ever mentions McNabb as a possible Ben replacement?

  55. blackngold says: Mar 29, 2010 10:22 AM

    Hey jackybadass how the f#*!k is tebow an american hero? Has he served his country? Has he sacrificed for his country? NO! He’s about as smart as rock, can’t throw and isn’t gonna b much more of an NFL qb than Quinn.

  56. I♥Patriots says: Mar 29, 2010 10:30 AM

    # hayward giablommi says: March 29, 2010 8:53 AM
    Is it too soon to start printing the “Ben Rapistberger Sexual Assault Victim Fan Club” t-shirts?
    Perhaps the “Ben Rapistberger Sexual Assault Victim Support Group” would be more appropriate.
    Be strong, ladies. This socially deviant monster will be removed from society soon enough.
    LMAO!!!!!!!!!!
    Hows that Karma taste, Steeler fans?
    I will be staying out of all the clubs in Pittsburgh, I am not gonna be the next Big Ben or Santonio victim.

  57. DJP says: Mar 29, 2010 10:32 AM

    Stop it. Slow weekend huh? Florio, did the girl in question go to the hospital after this incident? Has any visible evidence ( bruises, blood, private area injury…etc) been shown? In other words, is this not a case of she said, he said? Let me get this straight….the Police said they TAPED over the security tape of the night in question? This case is going straight to settlement. Much to your chagrin. Sallust73 raised the same argument and I agree.

  58. I♥Patriots says: Mar 29, 2010 10:37 AM

    One of the Saint Rooneys will say she had it coming.

  59. 123456789 says: Mar 29, 2010 10:42 AM

    I am officially calling out Mike Florio.
    Florio, I challenge you to a man-to-man street fight. In a parking lot. Just you and me. Fair fight.
    This weekend at the Sarasota Square Mall parking lot in Florida.
    Do you accept or are you just a sack of chicken spunk?

  60. footballrulz says: Mar 29, 2010 10:46 AM

    A Super Cereal Rapist??
    I heard he really prefers the Cap’n Crunch but will go after an occassionnal CoCo Puff.

  61. DoctorK says: Mar 29, 2010 10:48 AM

    I actually like the idea of McNabb in black and gold, and I’d bet McNabb would, too.
    Here’s the thing—it all comes down to timing. What do the Steelers already know as a fact? While it’s doubtful they’d dump a player before criminal or civil proceedings, I could see them bringing a known entity like McNabb or Vick and basically saying to Roethlisberger that this season, at the very least, is shut down.
    Or do you wait for Goodell?
    There has to be a lot going on behind the scenes right now. I like Dixon, but he’s not the answer right now, nor is any draftee.

  62. Stihler fan says: Mar 29, 2010 11:13 AM

    Scrumhead:
    I’m a huge, long time Steeler fan but I only care about the Rooney’s because they own the Steelers. I’m not a Steeler fan because of who owns the team. I do believe the Steelers standard are a little bit higher than most other teams but let’s not get carried away. I’d rather the Steelers win than root for a loser that has a bunch of angels on the sidelines. Ben is an elite QB. There’s not a lot of those out there. He has not been convicted of a damn thing yet. Big #7 will lead the Steelers to big #7 and I hope you will be cheering like I will.

  63. eaglescouch says: Mar 29, 2010 11:28 AM

    Anyone else think that McNabb going to Pittsburgh could solve two teams problems at once?

  64. roland2305 says: Mar 29, 2010 12:08 PM

    Dixon will be more than ready if they call his number.
    Dixon will step up.
    —————————–
    Love the Squeeler fans trying to convince themselves of this. Just would love to know what exactly you are basing this on?? His 12 of 26 for 145 yds performance in his ONE career start?? Against the very same ravens D that every Steeler fan dismisses as old, slow, washed up, not the same raven D of a few years ago, etc.

  65. The Real Shuxion says: Mar 29, 2010 12:27 PM

    123456789 says:
    March 29, 2010 10:42 AM
    I am officially calling out Mike Florio.
    Florio, I challenge you to a man-to-man street fight. In a parking lot. Just you and me. Fair fight.
    This weekend at the Sarasota Square Mall parking lot in Florida.
    Do you accept or are you just a sack of chicken spunk?
    ————————————————-
    Judging by the reaction and the fact it is likely not booze induced I would say:
    Steeler fan?

  66. CincyAllDaWay says: Mar 29, 2010 12:39 PM

    @ Steeler4life……..
    Ben will be the starter day 1 huh?? In your dreams pal. He’s gone. If I were you I’d wish in one hand and shit in the other. See which one fills up first!

  67. queenie says: Mar 29, 2010 1:35 PM

    Bottom line:
    All the Big Ben haters would love for him to play for their team and they know it so who are they kidding.
    A QB like Big Ben does not come along every day so yea I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt until he is convicted of a crime and I see nothing here but a lot of wishing that the Steelers drop him so your team can pick him up.
    He is young and dumb but that’s not a crime people!
    He’s a two-time SB champ for crying out loud and he’s only 28 years old…give me a freaking break…he’s NOT going anywhere!

  68. Rafterman says: Mar 29, 2010 2:04 PM

    Ben and Santonio will be starting opening day, count on it.
    He said/she said bullshit simply doesn’t cut it.
    Google Kobe Bryant if you have any doubts. :-)

  69. hayward giapunchmi says: Mar 29, 2010 2:28 PM

    “# Occam says: March 29, 2010 10:06 AM
    “…somewhere in Nicaragua, some poor kid is wearing a new t-shirt and wondering “what’s does 19-0 mean, and who the f*ck are the New England Patriots.”
    It might be time to start working on some new material.”
    OK… How about this?
    From this AM’s Boston Globe:
    Boston police today reported finding a body in the Charles River. The victim apparently drowned due to excessive alcohol consumption. He was described as wearing black fishnet stockings, a red garter belt, a pink wig, a strap-on dildo, a Patriot’s jersey, and had a cucumber stuffed up his ass. The police graciously removed the Patriot’s jersey to spare the family unnecessary embarrassment.

  70. Deb says: Mar 29, 2010 2:29 PM

    @Cleric John Preston …
    Here’s the thing, John, it wouldn’t matter to me if he were an NFL star or, say, some security guard working the Atlanta Olympics … you know, a chubby wannabe cop living with his mother and dreaming of being a hero.
    Suddenly the guy spots a package that turns out to be a bomb. Convenient, huh? Finally gets to be the hero. Yeah, that’s suspicious. Of course some people–some few people whining about lack of evidence–lived in denial and refused to see the guy for who he was. But the good, decent people of the nation–the ones willing to listen to and spread every tidbit of gossip they heard … now those good people, they knew the real story.
    So who is Ben Roethlisberger … really?
    Well, he’s a talented QB who has dated several actresses, athletes, and models. He’s donated time and money to charity, fulfilled requests from Make-A-Wish kids, been elected a captain by his teammates, and been reported by restaurant owners and fans to be polite and accommodating.
    And he’s a superstar athlete who has put himself into compromising situations, indulged himself with easy women, blown off charity requests, and behaved like a jackass to teammates, fans, and the public.
    Neither of those descriptions says anything about whether he is a sexual abuser.
    Incidentally, a donkey punch is usually associated with penetration, and the police have said the incident in Georgia was not a rape and no semen was found on the accuser. So the allegation in question–which has yet to be defined by any official connected with the case–did not include penetration.
    Just out of curiosity, um, “cleric” … do you read any of the official information on this case or only the gossip? You know, the Bible damns gossipers in the same passage with fornicators.

  71. TFBuckFutter says: Mar 29, 2010 3:36 PM

    “hayward giapunchmi says:
    March 29, 2010 2:28 PM
    From this AM’s Boston Globe:
    Boston police today reported finding a body in the Charles River. The victim apparently drowned due to excessive alcohol consumption. He was described as wearing black fishnet stockings, a red garter belt, a pink wig, a strap-on dildo, a Patriot’s jersey, and had a cucumber stuffed up his ass. The police graciously removed the Patriot’s jersey to spare the family unnecessary embarrassment.”
    Here’s one…..
    Three guys are walking throught the woods. One is wearing a Ravens hat, one is wearing a Browns hat and one is wearing a Steelers hat. They come across the dead body of a woman who is completely naked. Out of concern for her dignity the Ravens and Browns fans remove their caps and cover her breasts, and the Steelers fan places his cap over her pubic area. They use a cell phone to alert the police, and an officer arrives within the hour. He starts taking notes immediately upon arriving. He lifts up the Ravens cap, puts it down, makes a note. He lifts up the Browns hat, puts it down, makes a not. He lifts up the Steelers hat, puts it down, then pauses. He scratches his head, lifts up the cap again, and stares confusedly at the sight underneath. The Browns fan says “Officer, what seems to be the problem?” and the officer says “I’ve never seen anything like this before….usually all we find under a Steelers cap is an asshole.”

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