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Packers player admits sexual contact, claims there was consent

The still-unnamed member of the Green Bay Packers who is under investigation for sexual assault reportedly has admitted having sexual contact with the alleged victims.  (Yes, victims.)  However, the player claims that the contact with the two women was consensual, according to Charles Davis of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

The women claim there was no consent.  The women also initially claimed that more than one player was involved.  Police interviewed seven Packers; six of them are not suspected of criminal misconduct.

The unnamed player becomes the third NFL player accused of sexual assault in less than a year.  Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has faced two such claims.  A civil suit filed earlier this year alleges that Colts defensive tackle Eric Foster sexually assaulted a hotel worker on the morning of the AFC Championship in January.

Though the six-game suspension imposed on Roethlisberger likely will trigger speculation that the unnamed Packer will face similar treatment even without an arrest, keep in mind that the league looks to pounce preemptively only on repeat offenders.

“If somebody’s showing a pattern of behavior and a series of misjudgments, we should find out what that is and try to deal with the problem,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told me during an interview that will appear in the upcoming PFT Season Preview magazine.  “I’m not going to wait for somebody to get thrown into jail.”

In this case, the unnamed Packer could get thrown in jail.  But the league most likely won’t intervene until the matter is resolved, unless the player in question has prior issues under the Personal Conduct Policy.

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81 Responses to “Packers player admits sexual contact, claims there was consent”
  1. kazkal says: Jun 5, 2010 8:07 PM

    Looks like goddell can’t take it easy on Ben Now since he’ll have to go easy on these num nuts.

  2. tv says: Jun 5, 2010 8:08 PM

    When was Big Ben traded to GB??

  3. funi says: Jun 5, 2010 8:13 PM

    If it happened in Green Bay, the women had to be fat, hairy and ugly!

  4. In1Ear&OutYourMother says: Jun 5, 2010 8:14 PM

    The last thing i wanna do is stick up for a Packer, but anyone with good sense will be skeptical of this. I don’t want to downplay a sexual assault, but if the officers thought there was qaulity merit to this story, the player wouldn’t have been released. (unless it was aaron rodgers)

  5. ICEWALKER says: Jun 5, 2010 8:14 PM

    Dammit! Come on you dumb ass players! I don’t care what team you are on, get your heads out of your asses and THINK for a change.
    For their whole life no one said no to them. Teachers in high school gave them good grades so they could keep playing. In college they kept getting good grades and ‘agents’ started showing up leaving games consols behind in their dorms (just what I heard from a co-worker that had his brother drafted a few years ago).
    THESE PLAYERS ARE SPOILED AND DUMB.
    OK, not all. But you get my idea.
    F***ING IDIOTS!!!!!!

  6. cusoman says: Jun 5, 2010 8:19 PM

    I predict a lot of Vikings fans to do their best Jimmy Smith and Bob Nelson impersonations in this thread, and rightfully so… the anti-Vikes crowd here has it coming.
    Who wants to root for a team that doesn’t rein in their players and impose moral discipline on them?
    I’m willing to bet the player is unnamed because it’s a high profile Packer. *gets his popcorn*

  7. Contra says: Jun 5, 2010 8:23 PM

    When will the NFL wise up and shut down the Green Bay Packers who clearly are harboring known criminals.
    It should not cease to amaze anyone that an organization within Wiscsonsin is engaged in sexual assault, drug abuse, rape of underage women, and domestic abuse. Afterall, it is Wisconsin we are talking about.
    Come on out and face the music you unnamed player. I would laugh hysterically if it was their starting punter Aaron Rodgers.
    Face the music Packer fans…a totally classless fan base cheering on a criminally classless team.
    PATHETIC!

  8. Green n' Gold says: Jun 5, 2010 8:25 PM

    Not even Rapistberger could rape TWO women in the presence of each other. Maybe David Copperfield could, make one of them disappear while he’d have his way with the other!
    Please…. Can you say threesome gone bad, setup? This will go away like a Brett Favre duck over the middle!!

  9. FumbleNuts says: Jun 5, 2010 8:29 PM

    A non-consensual three-way?
    I don’t buy it.

  10. ICDogg says: Jun 5, 2010 8:30 PM

    Who wants to sex Mutombo?!

  11. VonClausewitz says: Jun 5, 2010 8:31 PM

    Agreed Green n’ Gold. The application of common sense will tell you something is fishy here.

  12. Jack Factor says: Jun 5, 2010 8:33 PM

    12 World Championships – 60,000 waiting list for season tickets.
    Take your meds, come up from your mom’s basement and put some pants on Contra.
    I’ll wait for the facts in this one. Looks like a he said / they said and six guys were already cleared and the player in question released early in the morning.
    But hey, Haters gonna Hate.

  13. TryTheVeal says: Jun 5, 2010 8:33 PM

    Rumot has it one of these woman was named…………Jimmy Smith……..

  14. Bordner says: Jun 5, 2010 8:33 PM

    Godammit, I hate to say this but I can’t help myself… What’s the over/under for the number of sexual assaults by the Queens once they settle into their new home in LA? They’ll finally be somewhere where there are attractive women.

  15. Poo Flinging Monkey says: Jun 5, 2010 8:36 PM

    Benablers hoping the unnamed player is Rodgers to deflect attention from Rapenstein in 3, 2, 1…

  16. green man says: Jun 5, 2010 8:36 PM

    The Mossy Cade legacy lives on…kept it classy Green Bay. What a sh*t hole of a town BTW!

  17. DCViking says: Jun 5, 2010 8:37 PM

    With all the money these guys make, you’d think they’d just hire pros — worked for the Vikings. No sexual assault charges from the Love Boat.
    BTW — This is not a Packer bash, just a league wide observation.

  18. God's Own Silver and Blue says: Jun 5, 2010 8:38 PM

    C’mon guys – haven’t you learned ANYTHING AT ALL from Ben Roethlisberger? You’ve GOT to have a trained cop/torpedo/goomba WITH YOU when you bang quip.

  19. Packerhq.net says: Jun 5, 2010 8:40 PM

    BTW the unnamed player is likely to be one of these names since these were the guys who attended the charity event:
    Chad Clifton
    Mark Tauscher
    Daryn Colledge
    Mason Crosby
    Brandon Jackson
    Kregg Lumpkin
    Brandon Underwood

  20. Norv Turner says: Jun 5, 2010 8:42 PM

    I used to loathe Wisconsin, mainly because of the Packers, but then I became an alcoholic so now I will move there to coexist with my brethren.

  21. theVikeKing says: Jun 5, 2010 8:42 PM

    The logical assumption here is that the two women were Contras wife and daughter. That’s why he’s acting a fool.

  22. WhoDey_Man says: Jun 5, 2010 8:45 PM

    two words: Mark. Chmura.
    How am i the first to make this joke? cuz I ROCK

  23. benniehifive says: Jun 5, 2010 8:45 PM

    wow, looks like all the armchair judges are out in full force already! maybe we could wait for some details before we decide if he’s really guilty or not. and come on, give the guy some credit…threesome!

  24. packers4life says: Jun 5, 2010 8:46 PM

    “When will the NFL wise up and shut down the Green Bay Packers who clearly are harboring known criminals.”
    I have read more articles of Viking players being arrested than Packer players within the last few years.
    “Face the music Packer fans…a totally classless fan base cheering on a criminally classless team.”
    At least the Packers have a fanbase. All the Vikings have are drunk losers who wear girl braids and claim to be fans when they don’t even know one thing about the game of football.
    You must still be bitter after the beatdown the Saints gave your lousy team in the championship game. Asshole.

  25. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 8:47 PM

    * Between 1986 and 1990, nine Vikings were arrested for drunken driving, and receiver Buster Rhymes was treated for cocaine dependency.
    * In 1988, citing “overwhelming negative response” from the public, the Vikings released convicted sex offender Mossy Cade.
    * In 1994, Joey Browner is charged with third-degree rape in Minneapolis. Charges are later dismissed.
    * In 1995, running back Keith Henderson pleaded guilty to three counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.
    * 1995, Star Minnesota Vikings quarterback Warren Moon is arrested in Houston and charged with misdemeanor assault after he slapped his wife, choking her “nearly to the point of unconsciousness.” Moon is later acquitted after his wife refuses to testify. A few months previously, Moon had been charged with sexual assault by a Vikings cheerleader in a case that was settled out of court.
    * That year, Moon allegedly struck his wife in the head with an open hand and choked her to the point where she almost passed out, according to police in Missouri City, Texas.
    She did not press charges and, although the case went to trial anyway, Moon was found not guilty.
    * In 1995, the Star Tribune reported that the Vikings paid $150,000 to head off a sexual harassment suit against Vikings assistant coach Richard Solomon, coach Dennis Green’s closest friend on the staff.
    * In 1996, James Harris, Minnesota Vikings defensive end, pleads guilty to third-degree assault for beating his wife.
    * In 1999, safety Orlando Thomas was disciplined by the NFL after pleading no contest to the misdemeanor charge of simple battery on his wife.
    * In 2002, receiver Randy Moss knocked a traffic cop to the ground with his car, then was charged with drug possession. He later reached an out-of-court settlement with the officer.
    * In 2002, two women claimed to be sexually assaulted at the team’s Arctic Blast fundraiser.
    * In 2004, linebackers E.J. Henderson and Michael Nattiel and tight end Steve Farmer were arrested after officers said they saw the players assaulting a man outside the Tabu nightclub in Minneapolis.
    * In 2005, running back Onterrio Smith was suspended by the NFL for a year for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, two months after being caught at an airport with The Original Whizzinator, a kit designed to circumvent drug tests.
    * Also in 2005, coach Mike Tice was fined by the NFL for scalping Super Bowl tickets, and defensive tackle Kevin Williams was arrested on charges of domestic abuse.
    * Wide receiver Kelly Campbell driving a stolen SUV high with a stolen and weapon, with 16 grams of marijuana
    * Daunte Culpepper’s SUV involved in drug arrest
    * Former running back Ted Brown was indicted by a Mille Lacs County grand jury in late 2003 on first-and third-degree criminal sexual conduct charges after an incident at a team function on Lake Mille Lacs. He remains free on bail.
    Brown is charged in a February 2003 incident during the Vikings’ annual Arctic Blast event at Eddy’s Resort. Prosecutors allege that Brown forced sex on an intoxicated woman who was unable to consent.
    * Tommy Kramer DUI
    * Donald Igwebuike involved in drug trafficing
    * Robert Tate threatening to have the mother of his child beaten up by his cousin
    * Kenny Mixon not 1, not 2, but 3 DUI’s while with the team
    * Former Executive Mike Kelly getting a DUI going to bail out players at the Arctic Blast
    * Denny Green Sexual Harassment Allegations
    * EJ Henderson DUI
    *Oh, yeah, that whole sex boat scandal too.
    All this from before 2006.

  26. IAVikefan says: Jun 5, 2010 8:47 PM

    Out of this entire article, I’m just really glad that you clarified it was Women that were the victims… initially, considering it was a Green Bay player, i assumed it was sheep.

  27. Buffalo John says: Jun 5, 2010 9:00 PM

    Rapistberger says:”wasn’t me…I like them drunk so they can’t say no”

  28. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Jun 5, 2010 9:01 PM

    This rape-sexual assault thing appears to be a pretty powerful weapon for women with issues or those with post sex regret…our society cannot get a handle on this quickly enough.

  29. Just JTO says: Jun 5, 2010 9:03 PM

    It is amazing the difference in the treatment here … Roethlisberger was not charged and got a 6-game suspension. Foster was charged and so far no suspension from the Commish.
    The “unnamed” Packer player is in a situation as similar to Roethlisberger’s in that (in this case) two women claim to have been sexually assaulted … Yet this player remains nameless.
    Could this be a case of reverse discrimination against Roethlisberger???

  30. lebowski says: Jun 5, 2010 9:08 PM

    Memo to professional football players; find a girlfriend and stay the hell away from bars. The skanks want you because you’re rich and stupid.

  31. Kevin says: Jun 5, 2010 9:12 PM

    This is getting to be funny…
    At what point will it be obvious that the athletes are not “raping” or “abusing” these women? Doesn’t everyone see the trend here?
    The females meet the athlete and get excited about his looks, wealth, and celebrity. She gets drunk or leads him on. Sexual contact occurs. The athlete doesn’t ever call the girl or make an effort to see her again. The female becomes upset and claims misconduct in the hope to get attention and/or money.
    How many examples of this do we need to see? You can’t tell me that chick didn’t want Kobe, or Ben, or any of the other COUNTLESS dudes that find themselves in this situation.
    Lesson? Don’t have sex with strangers, even though it is one of the most enjoyable things in the world.

  32. Green n' Gold says: Jun 5, 2010 9:12 PM

    Hank says:
    June 5, 2010 8:47 PM
    * Between 1986 and 1990, nine Vikings were arrested for drunken driving, and receiver Buster Rhymes was treated for cocaine dependency.
    * In 1988, citing “overwhelming negative response” from the public, the Vikings released convicted sex offender Mossy Cade.
    * In 1994, Joey Browner is charged with third-degree rape in Minneapolis. Charges are later dismissed.
    * In 1995, running back Keith Henderson pleaded guilty to three counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.
    * 1995, Star Minnesota Vikings quarterback Warren Moon is arrested in Houston and charged with misdemeanor assault after he slapped his wife, choking her “nearly to the point of unconsciousness.” Moon is later acquitted after his wife refuses to testify. A few months previously, Moon had been charged with sexual assault by a Vikings cheerleader in a case that was settled out of court.
    * That year, Moon allegedly struck his wife in the head with an open hand and choked her to the point where she almost passed out, according to police in Missouri City, Texas.
    She did not press charges and, although the case went to trial anyway, Moon was found not guilty.
    * In 1995, the Star Tribune reported that the Vikings paid $150,000 to head off a sexual harassment suit against Vikings assistant coach Richard Solomon, coach Dennis Green’s closest friend on the staff.
    * In 1996, James Harris, Minnesota Vikings defensive end, pleads guilty to third-degree assault for beating his wife.
    * In 1999, safety Orlando Thomas was disciplined by the NFL after pleading no contest to the misdemeanor charge of simple battery on his wife.
    * In 2002, receiver Randy Moss knocked a traffic cop to the ground with his car, then was charged with drug possession. He later reached an out-of-court settlement with the officer.
    * In 2002, two women claimed to be sexually assaulted at the team’s Arctic Blast fundraiser.
    * In 2004, linebackers E.J. Henderson and Michael Nattiel and tight end Steve Farmer were arrested after officers said they saw the players assaulting a man outside the Tabu nightclub in Minneapolis.
    * In 2005, running back Onterrio Smith was suspended by the NFL for a year for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, two months after being caught at an airport with The Original Whizzinator, a kit designed to circumvent drug tests.
    * Also in 2005, coach Mike Tice was fined by the NFL for scalping Super Bowl tickets, and defensive tackle Kevin Williams was arrested on charges of domestic abuse.
    * Wide receiver Kelly Campbell driving a stolen SUV high with a stolen and weapon, with 16 grams of marijuana
    * Daunte Culpepper’s SUV involved in drug arrest
    * Former running back Ted Brown was indicted by a Mille Lacs County grand jury in late 2003 on first-and third-degree criminal sexual conduct charges after an incident at a team function on Lake Mille Lacs. He remains free on bail.
    Brown is charged in a February 2003 incident during the Vikings’ annual Arctic Blast event at Eddy’s Resort. Prosecutors allege that Brown forced sex on an intoxicated woman who was unable to consent.
    * Tommy Kramer DUI
    * Donald Igwebuike involved in drug trafficing
    * Robert Tate threatening to have the mother of his child beaten up by his cousin
    * Kenny Mixon not 1, not 2, but 3 DUI’s while with the team
    * Former Executive Mike Kelly getting a DUI going to bail out players at the Arctic Blast
    * Denny Green Sexual Harassment Allegations
    * EJ Henderson DUI
    *Oh, yeah, that whole sex boat scandal too.
    All this from before 2006.
    ———————————————————————————–
    Wow!!!!!! That is some list!! The Oakland Raiders and Bengals have nothing on the Queens!!

  33. Rogue says: Jun 5, 2010 9:14 PM

    How the heck can you rape two women. I would like to know. I have trouble just trying to handle one and that is consentual.
    To me this might be gold diggers in action

  34. Gregjennings85 says: Jun 5, 2010 9:19 PM

    Come on, PS RB Kregg Lumpkin!

  35. timegambit says: Jun 5, 2010 9:19 PM

    Hey, Hank…a little lonely, fella? Little more time on your hands than you really need.?
    That’s the saddest thing I have EVER read.
    Might be time for the Hail Mary. Get out the Russian mail-order catalog.

  36. snnyjcbs says: Jun 5, 2010 9:21 PM

    Thats what happens when nothing is ever done to these guys. It will slow down one day when the player runs across a guy like me in the family of the victim. I do not call 911 and with the joke of the so called Justice System when needed dish out my own Justice.

  37. packfan4ever says: Jun 5, 2010 9:21 PM

    did the girls actually think they were going back to the resort and watching satellite cinema? i mean seriously.

  38. kristoff says: Jun 5, 2010 9:23 PM

    what is the world comming 2,u cant even grope a hoe like u could in the old days!!!! damn!!! im keepin my hands in my pockets when i go out 2nite

  39. bob nelson is a idiot says: Jun 5, 2010 9:25 PM

    for those calling contra an idiot he is just doing what jimmy smith does in every viking thread it’s good humor

  40. Honinbo says: Jun 5, 2010 9:26 PM

    Hey Florio, Here is a link to the players that were there
    http://www.tellurian.org/golf/celebrity.html
    2010 Confirmed Celebrity Golfers
    Clay Matthews
    Chad Clifton
    Mark Tauscher
    Paul Braun
    Maria Carlini
    Ron Carlson
    Sharif Chambliss
    Darren College
    Mason Crosby
    Derick Engler
    Suzy Favor Hamilton
    Casey Fitzrandolph
    Korey Hall
    Chris Jacke
    Brandon Jackson
    Stephanie Janke
    Brad Jones
    Khalil Jones
    Dave Kreig
    Wayne Larrivee
    Kregg Lumpkin
    Leigh Mills
    Pat O’Donahue
    Todd Oehrlein
    Marc Plechat
    Mike Prior
    Coach Jeff Sauer
    Charlie Shortino
    Harry Sidney
    Greg Stiemsma
    Coach Lisa Stone
    Gorman Thomas
    Brandon Underwood
    Jessie Vetter
    Carleen Wild
    Mike Wilkinson
    Charlie Wills
    Brad Woodal

  41. The Devil says: Jun 5, 2010 9:26 PM

    too funny,
    they are going to lose their KICKER over this…
    I thought the kicker never got any ass!

  42. THEMIGHTYWHITEY says: Jun 5, 2010 9:27 PM

    contsent …..you better believe he had it ……..it was everywhere !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  43. kristoff says: Jun 5, 2010 9:29 PM

    HANK
    cot damn Hank!! u do ur research like a mf!!! do you have a job other than diggin into football players past?? LMAO!!! carry on

  44. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 9:34 PM

    timegambit says: June 5, 2010 9:19 PM
    Hey, Hank…a little lonely, fella? Little more time on your hands than you really need.?
    That’s the saddest thing I have EVER read.
    Might be time for the Hail Mary. Get out the Russian mail-order catalog.
    ======================
    Took all of a minute of research on Google. Don’t hate me because you’re stupid.

  45. The Wishbone says: Jun 5, 2010 9:34 PM

    hahahahaha
    You can’t rape two girls at the same time. He got set up, and they’re gonna take him for a lot of money. What a moron.

  46. kristoff says: Jun 5, 2010 9:35 PM

    kevin and rouge
    u2 said it the best!!! nuff respect!!!

  47. JJCheesehead says: Jun 5, 2010 9:43 PM

    it was probably A-Rod. I live in Green Bay and have multiple close friends that they see him tossing money around like it grows on trees at strip clubs…….stay classy A-Rod, stay classy.

  48. edgy1957 says: Jun 5, 2010 9:54 PM

    These guys need to be smarter. My God, with what’s been happening with Ben, you’d think that they’d be smart enough to learn but NOOOOOOOOOO. If this turns out to be true, he needs at least 2 games on the sideline unless he’s a repeat and then he should get the Ben Sentence. Maybe it’s time that the NFL sends its people to camp to remind them what they need to be careful about – AGAIN.

  49. clintcooper says: Jun 5, 2010 10:05 PM

    What a shock, an NFL player raped someone??? Wow, I’m stunned.
    Seriously though, I wish this wasn’t such an epidemic in the NFL. It’s really depressing.

  50. clintcooper says: Jun 5, 2010 10:06 PM

    What a shock, an NFL player raped someone??? Wow, I’m stunned.
    Seriously though, I wish this wasn’t such an epidemic in the NFL. It’s really depressing.

  51. funi says: Jun 5, 2010 10:07 PM

    There needs to be suspensions no matter what! If 4 game sin not given, Ben’s suspension needs to be revoked by the union!

  52. Gophersnot says: Jun 5, 2010 10:12 PM

    I love the Puker fans. They should become politicians being they can take a defaming Puker story, interject facts about PAST Viking players only to take away from the story at hand. The old “make you look worse makes me look better.”Stay classy.

  53. Bob Nelson says: Jun 5, 2010 10:20 PM

    There should be a lot of embarrassed people when this turns out to be hoax.
    However some people (whose team has no trophies) have no shame.
    This hoax will discredit many who have posted non-truths.

  54. TRitz32 says: Jun 5, 2010 10:21 PM

    Brandon Underwood

  55. joelvis72 says: Jun 5, 2010 10:21 PM

    Hank wins.

  56. packfan4ever says: Jun 5, 2010 10:26 PM

    JJCheesehead says:
    June 5, 2010 9:43 PM
    it was probably A-Rod. I live in Green Bay and have multiple close friends that they see him tossing money around like it grows on trees at strip clubs…….stay classy A-Rod, stay classy.
    ————————————————-
    you’re a douche bag jj. make sure you don’t cheer for any of his 50 td passes this year because you’re obviously not a real fan. you should move to minnesota.

  57. packers4life says: Jun 5, 2010 10:30 PM

    “Puker fans.”
    Puker fans? How long did that take you to come up with that one?

  58. jmskmi says: Jun 5, 2010 10:34 PM

    Johnny Jolly
    Nick Barnett
    Koren Robinson
    Najeh Davenport
    Andre Rison
    Ahman Green
    Al Harris
    Spencer Havner
    Just a short list of Packers that pop when you do a search of Packers with Legal troubles and I know there are many more!!!!!

  59. Phlyin reallll high says: Jun 5, 2010 10:46 PM

    A friend of mine hooked up with this wacky female one night and late in the evening after things apparently went sour between them-she claimed rape to try and F him over big time. That proofless claim of rape had my friend sent straight to jail until further investigation and a looming court date…but I guarantee no such thing happened to this unnamed packers player. I also guarantee that if any of us males were to claim rape on a no good dirt dumb W(HORE)…we’d get laughed at. Whats wrong with the idea of the law applying to EVERYONE ALL THE SAME???? It doesn’t work for the corrupt “leaders” that we are dumb enough to elect to office. It’s about time we faced the facts America…WE ARE THE TERRORISTS

  60. jmskmi says: Jun 5, 2010 10:48 PM

    Yeah Bob Nelson must be a hoax, everyone knows that NO member of that team ever does anything wrong! MORON

  61. Calistin says: Jun 5, 2010 10:52 PM

    These bitches are just pissed the guy caught them trying to jack his walet. Dells area=hoes, nothing but hoes. Bitches cry rape after getting smashed and blowing every dude in the club. “OMG I was drunk I don’t remember what I did, but my pussy hurts, I WAS RAPED!”

  62. AutumnWind999 says: Jun 5, 2010 10:54 PM

    Everyone needs to be careful with these stories.
    I’d never want to presume that the women are just making up these stories to later sue and get money just like I don’t want assume that this player did anything wrong. We know nothing. So save your athlete-bashing comments.
    Innocent until proven guilty.

  63. MrHumble says: Jun 5, 2010 11:06 PM

    How many Packers does it take to please two women?…….apparently more than six. Johnny Jolly bought the drugs, Chamura bought the babysitter and the Packers had a party!!!

  64. CommanderShepard says: Jun 5, 2010 11:15 PM

    Hey guys I have an idea. Lets all get in a pissing match for who has the most dirty degenerate scum playing a freaking game in their city.
    Its like some people forget that these are just spoiled millionaires playing a game for our entertainment.

  65. ryno23 says: Jun 5, 2010 11:45 PM

    this is all complete crap, have you guys not noticed how once one person accuses a player of some type of sexual misconduct, that it starts happening like a domino effect. This is a bunch of women wanting publicity and money and is complete crap. wisconsin may be full of drunks and cheese heads, but our players, minus jolly, are some of the most level headed in the game.

  66. MuskyHunter2542 says: Jun 5, 2010 11:50 PM

    funi says:
    June 5, 2010 8:13 PM
    If it happened in Green Bay, the women had to be fat, hairy and ugly!
    Actually that would be the case in northern Minnesota

  67. thevikes99 says: Jun 6, 2010 12:13 AM

    Mark Chmura the ring leader…
    So much for the “Vikings LoveBoat”

  68. packers4life says: Jun 6, 2010 2:04 AM

    “Johnny Jolly
    Nick Barnett
    Koren Robinson
    Najeh Davenport
    Andre Rison
    Ahman Green
    Al Harris
    Spencer Havner ”
    Last time I checked Koren Robinson was with Minnesota when he led police on a high speed chase while driving drunk, a$$hole.

  69. effs420 says: Jun 6, 2010 5:53 AM

    # Bob Nelson says: June 5, 2010 10:20 PM
    There should be a lot of embarrassed people when this turns out to be hoax.
    However some people (whose team has no trophies) have no shame.
    This hoax will discredit many who have posted non-truths.
    ————————————————————–
    ah, and there it is…bob nelson excusing away the behavior of his precious packers.
    if this was a vikings story bobby would be lamenting the fact that a sad excuse for a human being could actually exist in this world. then he would probably blame the “non-christians” running the team.
    every team but the packers has bad people on it right bobby? whenever a packer gets in trouble it’s quite obviously a hoax, just like mark chmura right?
    once again bob you’re an idiot and a hypocrite.
    say what you want about the love boat…at least everything there was consensual.
    # MuskyHunter2542 says: June 5, 2010 11:50 PM
    funi says:
    June 5, 2010 8:13 PM
    If it happened in Green Bay, the women had to be fat, hairy and ugly!
    Actually that would be the case in northern Minnesota
    ———————————————————–
    you are both idiots. i’ve lived in both states. plenty of hotness and hideousness on both.
    that said, wisconsin is much fatter as a state by far. would be the fattest in the nation if not for a few of the southern states.

  70. NYMets says: Jun 6, 2010 6:27 AM

    How much you wanna bet these two broads are two mudsharks?

  71. County K 66ers says: Jun 6, 2010 6:50 AM

    Johnny Blood is going to be hearing it from Curly on this one.

  72. bleedpurple says: Jun 6, 2010 8:32 AM

    Pucker fans,you need to clean out your own house before bashing the VIKES.There is no doubt the VIKES are the best team in the NFC and will be hungry and out to prove it.They will be better this year than last year on offense and the defense is good enough.LOOK OUT!!!!!!!!! GO VIKES

  73. GBPackers says: Jun 6, 2010 9:03 AM

    # funi says: June 5, 2010 8:13 PM
    If it happened in Green Bay, the women had to be fat, hairy and ugly!
    ====================================
    Most Obese States
    West Virginia and Alabama remained as the second and third fattest states this year. The four states of Mississippi, West Virginia, Alabama, and Louisiana have obese populations that exceed 30 percent over a three-year average and two-thirds of the citizens of Mississippi and West Virginia were either overweight or obese by CDC standards in 2007.
    With Wisconsin at 25.4% and Minnesota at 24.8%, I don’t suspect you have too much to say…….

  74. Henry Wheeler says: Jun 6, 2010 10:03 AM

    # funi says: June 5, 2010 8:13 PM
    If it happened in Green Bay, the women had to be fat, hairy and ugly!
    Like your mom.

  75. wiseman says: Jun 6, 2010 11:53 AM

    what makes this even worse is he has a gorgeous wife who just gave birth to their third child two weeks ago. What a scumbag. Stop paying these f##king criminals so much money. Were all guilty for paying to see them play. They don’t deserve it.

  76. wiseman says: Jun 6, 2010 12:08 PM

    The really sad thing about this is Brandon Underwood is married to a gorgeous wife who just delivered his third baby two weeks ago. How many times are you going to cheat on your wife and three children? that alone makes you even worse than Roethlisberger at least he was a single criminal. When is everyone going to wise up and stop supporting these teams. Stop going to the games and maybe they will start making these athlete’s pay for their criminal behavior.

  77. Troy says: Jun 6, 2010 1:35 PM

    I wonder if every single NFL player will have to go to some sort sexual conduct class before and after each season to learn how to keep their “cup” on. I can imagine what sort of image they are making on their young fans. I would never have thought that the NFL would also have to pay for pro football babysitters to make sure they don’t do anything stupid or ignorant.

  78. NitshkesGhost@1265 says: Jun 7, 2010 12:02 AM

    Uh sadly nothing new here. Remember James Lofton’s staircase rape situation? Mossy Cade ring a bell? It happens with every team. What are the common denominator then? Young atheletes, with lots of money, local and national fame feeding thier egos. Combine that with alcohol,drugs, and usually a bar setting of some sort and disaster awaits.
    The only difference between the “old days” and now is the sports larger popularity, and the speed and technology of the media and the law.
    You are not going to hush or burry much in this day and age. Especially if you are a half a$$ safety in half a$$ secondary.
    Brett Favre wasn’t beyond a romp in a bathroom stall. The boats in Minnesota are fun from what I hear, and big D isn’t beyond a rape or two by their HoF’ers. So the best thing to do is to love your team not the players. Players are mercinaries the come and go, and don’t be supprised when they act like a mercinaries.

  79. VikingEric64 says: Jun 8, 2010 10:54 AM

    @ NitshkesGhost- You nailed it on the head! But I will say it is really fun reading comments from these Packer Fans that live in glass houses! Keep them coming guys and gals, this is better than the garbage on tv these days! For those of you doing their reserch on google, try doing a search of all 32 teams and see what you come up with, I just don’t have the time, help me out here will ya.

  80. Bob Nelson says: Jun 8, 2010 2:21 PM

    Well it turns out to be nothing and people like Contra and effs420 are shown to be as classless, foolish, and slanderous.
    This whole thing was a lie against Underwood from the begining.

  81. effs420 says: Jun 8, 2010 6:19 PM

    Bob Nelson says:
    June 8, 2010 2:21 PM
    Well it turns out to be nothing and people like Contra and effs420 are shown to be as classless, foolish, and slanderous.
    This whole thing was a lie against Underwood from the begining.
    ———————————————
    just pointing out your obvious and usually irrational bias.
    i stand by my statement that if it was a vikes player you would be ignorant and slanderous about it.
    tell me i’m wrong and you’re a liar too.

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