Michael Floyd pleads guilty to extreme DUI

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Wide receiver Michael Floyd has pleaded guilty to extreme DUI to settle the criminal case related to his December arrest in Arizona.

Floyd faced seven charges, but the other six were dropped when he entered a guilty plea in Scottsdale on Thursday. Jonathan Roy of FOX 10 in Phoenix reports that Floyd was sentenced to 120 days in jail with 24 of those days to be served at a Maricopa County facility. The other 96 days of the sentence will be served via home detention.

Floyd also needs to do 30 hours of community service and was fined $5115.99.

Floyd was cut by the Cardinals shortly after the arrest and finished out the year with the Patriots. He played two regular season games and a playoff game for New England before the team scratched him in the AFC title game and the Super Bowl.

Floyd will be a free agent in March unless he signs with the Patriots and will likely be facing a league suspension of at least two games as a result of his guilty plea.

116 responses to “Michael Floyd pleads guilty to extreme DUI

  1. Well, he has taken responsibility for his actions. Now he needs to work on (or continue to work on) making real changes.

  2. I think the Patriots are still in the hunt for him. They thought enough of him to pay him $1.3 million for the few games he played and/or was inactive. With the plea, a large uncertainty is removed. He seems to be an ideal 1 year contract so that he can prove himself to other teams. We’ll see.

  3. Is make no difference. At end of day, Patriots will build greatest wall of championship trophy Lombardi and will make Jets fans PAY for it. Just like NFL best owner and kind human being to all, glory of Robert Kraft!

  4. Seems like he wanted this out of the way before the draft so the NFL might levy punishment quickly to let teams know what his punishment will be. Unfortunately that assumes he will get in no further trouble. Since the Pats have already taken the publicity hit, I bet they sign him to a one year contract with personal conduct conditions- a contract that pay him as he is available and waits to see if he performs off the field. Maybe next year Goodell will hand him the MVP trophy.

  5. Okay….there’s this really neat APP that all these NFL players should get….It’s call UBER. For a minimal fee, your name never appears on PFT headlines with the letters DUI.

  6. One of the main reasons the Patriots picked him up in the first place was for the compensatory pick when they lose his to Free Agency. (His court issues may throw a monkey wrench in that)Not saying they don’t want him back, just saying a lot of reasons went into that signing.

  7. DUI needs to be taken seriously. The NFL suspends guys for longer periods for using pot while at home. DUI could take someones life or cause serious injuries.

  8. 1 year prove it deal

    At least this isn’t a guy who commits murder or domestic violence or other violent felonies backed by some other NFL teams.

    Ravens, Jets, Steelers, Bungles, Cowboys, etc, all have a lot to learn when it comes do acknowledging a mistake and absolutely filthy transgressions by adult humans.

  9. DUI needs to be taken seriously. The NFL suspends guys for longer periods for using pot while at home. DUI could take someones life or cause serious injuries.
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    What about pot while driving?

    I don’t disagree, but please stop acting like the guys toking, don’t also drive.

    Enough with the high horse mentality. If this was some other team not named NE, you wouldn’t even comment.

  10. tylawspick6 | Feb 17, 2017, 2:58 PM EST
    1 year prove it deal

    At least this isn’t a guy who commits murder or domestic violence or other violent felonies backed by some other NFL teams.

    Ravens, Jets, Steelers, Bungles, Cowboys, etc, all have a lot to learn when it comes do acknowledging a mistake and absolutely filthy transgressions by adult humans.

    The sad part of your comment is you really believe what you said. You need to get out of the shallow end of the gene pool and towel off….sorry stupid won’t towel off.

  11. Pats will likely cut him but he was worth every penny they paid him both for shoving that signing in Goodell’s face, and for the block he laid in the Miami game that sprung Edelman.

  12. sdelmonte says:
    Feb 17, 2017 2:19 PM

    And 99 cents.

    What are the fines based on?
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    .01% of the average daily balance of Roger’s bank account balance.

  13. patriotsivan says:
    Feb 17, 2017 2:40 PM
    Is make no difference. At end of day, Patriots will build greatest wall of championship trophy Lombardi and will make Jets fans PAY for it. Just like NFL best owner and kind human being to all, glory of Robert Kraft!

    You have issues. I would get them dealt with before you show up on ID Channel.

  14. @ftblfan9 says:
    Feb 17, 2017 2:26 PM

    I think the Patriots are still in the hunt for him. They thought enough of him to pay him $1.3 million for the few games he played and/or was inactive. With the plea, a large uncertainty is removed. He seems to be an ideal 1 year contract so that he can prove himself to other teams. We’ll see.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Patriots did not pay him $1.3. The Cardinals paid most of it in game checks while he was on their roster. Patriots had him for 3 regular season games. Then he gets paid for the playoffs but that is somewhere between $150K – $175K.

  15. Until the Cincinnati team can stop trying to cripple everybody but the peanut vendors when they’re losing a big game because their coach has no control over them, they’re the Bungles.

  16. Not Goodell’s fault nor is it Bidwell’s fault.

    I 100% guarantee that PFT/ESPN will blame Goodell/Bidwell for not watching Floyd’s every move in life to ensure that he stays out of trouble (and then write stories about how they are “stalkers” and should allow adult players to live their own lives, make their own decisions, etc)

    Floyd is an idiot.
    Call a damn cab, you’re rich enough.

  17. Nofoolnodrool says:
    Feb 17, 2017 3:02 PM
    tylawspick6 | Feb 17, 2017, 2:58 PM EST
    1 year prove it deal

    At least this isn’t a guy who commits murder or domestic violence or other violent felonies backed by some other NFL teams.

    Ravens, Jets, Steelers, Bungles, Cowboys, etc, all have a lot to learn when it comes do acknowledging a mistake and absolutely filthy transgressions by adult humans.

    The sad part of your comment is you really believe what you said. You need to get out of the shallow end of the gene pool and towel off….sorry stupid won’t towel off.

    Agreed. He forgets about Aaron Hernandez.

  18. Everybody knows it’s the Donko’s that are full of drunks, right from Mr Ed on down to the players.

  19. Way to blow a contract year. He could have been a top free agent WR this year but instead will be begging the Browns for a one year prove it deal.

  20. If you’re a cop, like Lt. Brian Filipak, your charge gets lowered and you don’t do a day in jail. Must be nice.

  21. “What are the fines based on?”

    Believe they are based on a percentage of the player’s salary.

    One of the many scummy things Goodell often does is fine players are over the maximum based on the percentage, knowing that when the player appeals it will have to be cut back because the league cannot fine them greater than the percentage specified in the CBA, and knowing that its likely to be cut to the maximum fine instead of being cut to less than that.

  22. “Patriot Way”

    SMH no its not actually.

    With the exception of Hernandez who was an anomaly, the Pats have had among the least players arrested of any team in the league since Belichick took over.

    And admittedly Hernandez was a big mistake. He is a total scumbag and paying the price for what he did. It must be hell for him to be in there and watch the Pats win 2 Super Bowls he could have been a part of. A well deserved hell.

  23. joetoronto says:
    Feb 17, 2017 3:41 PM
    Everybody knows it’s the Donko’s that are full of drunks, right from Mr Ed on down to the players.
    ________________________________________

    Why Joe, whatever do you mean? Can you provide examples? Whatevah was the name of that Raider that killed himself driving his, car, drunk up a tree. Stacy something?

  24. u4iadman says:
    Feb 17, 2017 3:36 PM

    Patriot Way


    Nah, that’s winning 5 championships, more titles than any NFL team in the last 34 years, more games this century than any NFL team, being the home of the greatest and winningest QB of all time, the greatest coach of all time, being the home of the greatest fanbase in football as proven beyond any shadow of a doubt by a recent study, being the paragon of excellence in the modern NFL and if you’re not in denial, also being the paragon of excellence in any sport at any time.

    How does it feel to be an inferior fan of an inferior team compared to that?

    🙂

  25. He was good insurance when WR ranks were depleted. Everyone back healthy (mitchell, amendola) for last 2 games, floyd inactive

    Worth if for that Miami TD run and that block, as well as the Julio Jones role he played in practice for SB. But I would be *shocked* if NE picked him up.

  26. Joe, if Elway is a drunk as you so accuse, riddle me this:

    Reggie Mckenzie:
    Raider GM: 5 years
    Won/loss: 30-50.
    AFC West Titles: none
    Playoff appearances: 1
    Playoff record: 0-1 (lost WC game to Brock Osweiler)
    Super Bowl appearances: none
    Super Bowl wins: none

    John Elway:
    Bronco GM: 6 years
    Won/loss: 67-29.
    AFC West Titles: 5
    Playoff appearances: 10
    Playoff record: 6-4
    Super Bowl appearances: 2
    Super Bowl wins: 1

    Tick tock Joe. Cat got your tongue?

    GOOOOOOOOO REGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGIE!

  27. patsfan says:
    Feb 17, 2017 2:18 PM

    Well, he has taken responsibility for his actions. Now he needs to work on (or continue to work on) making real changes.

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    Well considering a few days after the Superbowl he was in Scottsdale partying it up and drinking showcases his ‘change’ was to have the driver he usually uses for the past few years to drive him.

  28. “Driving drunk, 3 am, a sleep at the wheel, foot on gas pedal, two light changes, nothing, he gets a ring. It’s the Patriots Way!”

    Hey, at least the last 8 words of your silly comment are true.

  29. Patriot Hater-

    It’s “World Champion Patriots” not Patriots. 🙂

    Get it right boy! You WILL learn to show respect for the sacred and hallowed institutions of the National Football League like the Super Bowl Champion.

    Carry on cupcakes.

    🙂

  30. What is the “Patriot Way” bs. First of all he was a cardinal when he committed his transgressions. During his time as Patriot he was a model citizen and performed well given that he had not training camp with the team. He made a mistake and he admitted it. Praying for you Mike.

  31. Pats probably encouraged him to man up & face his consequences….
    They will probably sign him to a 1 year prove it deal knowing he’ll get a suspension….
    I think the Pats liked him but he needs more time to gel with Brady before he Sees major action…. Get this bad situation behind him & focus on his future….playing with the Pats will only help him even if it’s for a year & he moves on or decides to stay longer if both sides like what they see…..
    Wish him the best!!! Go Pats!!?
    Ps: the clowns crying above about the Patriot way need to understand that all this happened when he was with AZ…. He’s been a model guy w/Pats….

  32. For all you Patriot haters and trolls out there. The Patriots cut Hernandez the day he was charged with his crimes. He was and is a scumbag but the Patriots did the right thing cutting him.
    There are other teams who build statues to scumbags who commit crimes. For instance the Baltimore Ravens and then the NFL network hires him. Go figure.

  33. 2 game suspension, really? If he played for the Giants or Steelers it would be nothing, just a slap on the wrist, With the Pats, Roger will spin his wheel of misfortune and it is more probable than not that he will get at least twice that becaaaaaaauuuuuuse………….its the PATS!

  34. Relax little snowflakes nobody is blaming the Pat’s for something that happened in Az….although your whining has been first rate. You must be tired……being a victim has got to be taxing for you cupcakes.

  35. I don’t know and neither will Floyd. He is 24 days in jail and 96 at home detention. Reading comprehension is important……

  36. The Patriot way……does that include Dontae Hightower of hit and run while drunk fame? Notice a pattern snowflakes? Of course you don’t Gomer the Homer is blind to the Patriot way….diadd

  37. jonwill57 says:
    Feb 17, 2017 3:28 PM

    Patriots did not pay him $1.3. The Cardinals paid most of it in game checks while he was on their roster. Patriots had him for 3 regular season games. Then he gets paid for the playoffs but that is somewhere between $150K – $175K.
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    It’s amazing how people can post on the internet but can’t seem to look anything up on it. Floyd was paid $6,028,236 by AZ and $1,291764. Playoff shares are paid by the league. He was brought in as injury insurance with Gronkowski on IR, Amendola and Mitchell missing games and Hogan dinged up the cupboard was bare and they also needed a punt returner.

  38. It still amazes me that in the same country one person can be convicted of DUI and kill 4 people and get probation because his rich parents spoiled him and another guy gets convicted for extreme DUI (is that like extreme vetting) and spends a month in jail…..but our justice is equal…..

  39. Wow, I don’t understand all of the vitriol over a guy that had a few too many and fell asleep, albeit behind the wheel. He didn’t crash, didn’t kill anyone, didn’t even scuff the paint on his car.

    I guess you politically correct dweebs never drank and drove in your lives? Just drink tea, do you?

    I have several co-workers who have crashed cars while technically DUI, destroyed property, but not hurt anyone, and they paid their fines and punishment, and later woke up and straightened themselves out, and were fine for the rest of their adult lives.

    I’m glad you holier than thou types can sleep well, because your demise is just around the next corner, and I wouldn’t be quite so judgmental.

  40. Who did Donta Hightower hit Mr Football? When you’re blind with hatred and jealousy, it’s hard to keep the facts straight. Lyin’ drooly.

  41. djvh2 says:
    Feb 17, 2017 2:53 PM
    DUI needs to be taken seriously. The NFL suspends guys for longer periods for using pot while at home. DUI could take someones life or cause serious injuries.

    *****

    The drug cartels kill a lot more than a single drunk driver…..

  42. harrisonhits2 says:
    Feb 17, 2017 3:58 PM
    “What are the fines based on?”

    Believe they are based on a percentage of the player’s salary.

    One of the many scummy things Goodell often does is fine players are over the maximum based on the percentage, knowing that when the player appeals it will have to be cut back because the league cannot fine them greater than the percentage specified in the CBA, and knowing that its likely to be cut to the maximum fine instead of being cut to less than that.

    **********

    Ummm – that fine was from Maricopa County – not the NFL….Goodell hasn’t fined/suspended him yet.

  43. “Ummm – that fine was from Maricopa County – not the NFL….Goodell hasn’t fined/suspended him yet.”

    Sorry missed that. Been a long week.

    But what I said about Goodell still applies when he issues fines.

  44. he can’t catch a football;

    the definition of insanity is suddenly expecting different results.

    he makes jordan matthews look like jerry rice with stickum.

  45. harrisonhits2 says:
    Feb 17, 2017 3:03 PM

    Pats will likely cut him but he was worth every penny they paid him both for shoving that signing in Goodell’s face, and for the block he laid in the Miami game that sprung Edelman.

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    Can’t cut a free agent, sunshine.

  46. Baffles me that any NFLer still gets DUIs. Why don’t teams have a couple of guys on staff just to be on-call for safe rides? Doesn’t do much in off-season when players live elsewhere but there’s absolutely no excuse for in-season DUI (from the team’s standpont; of course I don’t condone off season DUI).

    For the cost of less than 60k/year, teams and players would save themselves a lot of money and grief.

  47. Nofoolnodrool says:
    Feb 17, 2017 5:01 PM
    The Patriot way……does that include Dontae Hightower of hit and run while drunk fame? Notice a pattern snowflakes? Of course you don’t Gomer the Homer is blind to the Patriot way…
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    The 60 something year old that acts like a 6 year old is calling others blind homers while he blindly an inaccurately trolls, that’s rich. Dont’a Hightower has never had a run in with the law. You are probably referring to Donte Stallworth who played 4 years with the Saints and one year each with Philly and NE prior to signing with Cleveland playing a season then having a fatal OUI accident. BTW, Stallworth did not flee the scene or use his wealth to beat the rap, he manned up. Something an anonymous internet tough guy like you will never have to do. But do keep insulting your betters with your inaccurate drivel, it entertains us “ad noseum.”

  48. tedmurph says:
    Feb 17, 2017 5:25 PM
    Who did Donta Hightower hit Mr Football? When you’re blind with hatred and jealousy, it’s hard to keep the facts straight. Lyin’ drooly.

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    I believe the man’s name was Reyes lying Teddy. Truth is I am going blind but not from hate Teddy….my facts are straight. Might want to check your facts Rug….seriously.

  49. kenberthiaume says:
    Feb 17, 2017 2:10 PM
    doubt the patriots want him.

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    700levelvet says:
    Feb 17, 2017 2:17 PM
    “Doubt the patriots want him”…but yet they picked him up…

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    I’m not sure they want him either. I think they kicked the tires to see if they could have a lucky bonus for their playoff push. And his first game in included 2 good plays. But the game after that had mistakes and drops. Whatever they saw there and of course in practice they appeared to decide that their existing roster was better to go with because he was a healthy scratch the rest of the way. Granted Mitchell returned about then but they still could have made room if they though they needed him I think now they will just coast and see how things unfold. The factors will be the suspension and the interest level from other teams. If someone else wants to write a nice check to grab him the pats will take the comp pick. If no one is interested and Goodell isnt in the one year susp or something mood they might see if he wants to play for a modest salary. Or if nothing comes together right they can always cut him loose later.

    As far as all these morality comments thats nonsense. If a team out there likes the player/price they will sign him in a heartbeat. And if thats the team any of these negative posters happen to root for they will completely reverse themselves and be in favor of him playing.

  50. maust1013 says:
    Feb 17, 2017 5:47 PM
    Nofoolnodrool says:
    Feb 17, 2017 5:01 PM
    The Patriot way……does that include Dontae Hightower of hit and run while drunk fame? Notice a pattern snowflakes? Of course you don’t Gomer the Homer is blind to the Patriot way…
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    The 60 something year old that acts like a 6 year old is calling others blind homers while he blindly an inaccurately trolls, that’s rich. Dont’a Hightower has never had a run in with the law. You are probably referring to Donte Stallworth who played 4 years with the Saints and one year each with Philly and NE prior to signing with Cleveland playing a season then having a fatal OUI accident. BTW, Stallworth did not flee the scene or use his wealth to beat the rap, he manned up. Something an anonymous internet tough guy like you will never have to do. But do keep insulting your betters with your inaccurate drivel, it entertains us “ad noseum.”

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    I think he meant Spikes. And yeah, more about spewing hate than having a clue whats being talked about. I dont buy 60. Sorry, just too ‘pre-education’ for me to think anything past the very junior years.

  51. Nofoolnodrool says:
    Feb 17, 2017 5:48 PM

    I believe the man’s name was Reyes lying Teddy. Truth is I am going blind but not from hate Teddy….my facts are straight. Might want to check your facts Rug….seriously.
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    Might want to check them yourself. Dont’a Hightower has never been in trouble with the law…

  52. aj66shanghai says:
    Feb 17, 2017 5:47 PM
    Baffles me that any NFLer still gets DUIs. Why don’t teams have a couple of guys on staff just to be on-call for safe rides? Doesn’t do much in off-season when players live elsewhere but there’s absolutely no excuse for in-season DUI (from the team’s standpont; of course I don’t condone off season DUI).

    For the cost of less than 60k/year, teams and players would save themselves a lot of money and grief.

    ______________________

    The NFLPA has an anonymous safe rides app that it developed in partnership with Uber. It replaced the NFL’s ride safe program to protect the players privacy. You can give someone all the tools in the world but it doesn’t do any good if they won’t use them, whether that someone is a ’12’ that can’t do a moment of research or a player that can’t be bothered with an app.

  53. I stand corrected it was a Stallworth , but snowflakes he was a Patriot. Chuckle…60. If you want to insult someone you really need to bring more than that dangerous cupcake….best stay in the kitchen behind moms apron.

  54. thedangerouskitchen says:
    Feb 17, 2017 6:02 PM

    I think he meant Spikes. And yeah, more about spewing hate than having a clue whats being talked about.
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    Spikes? How could anyone be that dumb? That’s even worse than crossing up Donte with Dont’a. Spikes was cut the day after the incident and 4 years before it was even adjudicated. He was also not charged with an OUI.

  55. To all the people saying the Patriots will sign him too a one year contract. Its not going to happen, if they sign him it will be for two years with a team option for year two. Thats how they role with the problem children, then they can either cut and run on the player or get them cheap for year two.

  56. Speaking of convictions, funny how Pats fans have forgotten about Aqib Talib.

    And funny how they immediately invoke the “but give him a chance to see if he’s reformed”- which I think is the right approach – yet never consider doing thay for players on other teams.

    And hiw they still invoke “murder” for Ray Lewis who, for his various faults, did not actually do that. Maybe it’s a Trump thing. Fake news and all.

  57. “DUI needs to be taken seriously. The NFL suspends guys for longer periods for using pot while at home. DUI could take someones life or cause serious injuries.
    ———————

    What about pot while driving?

    I don’t disagree, but please stop acting like the guys toking, don’t also drive.

    Enough with the high horse mentality. If this was some other team not named NE, you wouldn’t even comment.”

    What are you talking about? I specifically said guys using pot at home. Of course nobody should drive while under the influence, since it is DUI (the act or crime of driving while affected by alcohol or drugs). Whether or not you do kill or injure someone shouldn’t matter, you accept that risk for not caring enough about other people to be responsible.
    Also, sorry to disappoint you, but I couldn’t care less if it’s NE or some other team (well, maybe I would troll the Vikings). Not all of us hate NE, I actually respect them a lot and wish my team (Packers) had their coaching staff.

  58. He admitted his guilt, which with your average person with an alcohol issue is rare. He’s getting punished the NFL should butt out of this. They really need to just worry about what happens on the field.
    Hopefully Floyd will pursuing get the help he needs and become a better person. That’s all any of us can do or hope for.

  59. Nofoolnodrool says:
    Feb 17, 2017 5:48 PM

    I believe the man’s name was Reyes lying Teddy. Truth is I am going blind but not from hate Teddy….my facts are straight
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    Your facts on this were as straight as everything else you post.

    Fraud

  60. Nofoolnodrool says:
    Feb 17, 2017 4:56 PM

    Relax little snowflakes nobody is blaming the Pat’s for something that happened in Az….although your whining has been first rate. You must be tired……being a victim has got to be taxing for you cupcakes.
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    That’s Super Bowl Champion cupcakes to you old man.

  61. maust1013 says:
    Feb 17, 2017 6:23 PM
    thedangerouskitchen says:
    Feb 17, 2017 6:02 PM

    I think he meant Spikes. And yeah, more about spewing hate than having a clue whats being talked about.
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    Spikes? How could anyone be that dumb? That’s even worse than crossing up Donte with Dont’a. Spikes was cut the day after the incident and 4 years before it was even adjudicated. He was also not charged with an OUI.

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    I was trying to take a stab at who the drool guy meant when he accused a Patriot of hit and run. It was a bit of a surreal statement so there was no perfect match. Spike’s infraction was as close as I could come. Its also really not a bad guess regardless of when they cut him. I think your intention was to make yourself feel smart by calling others dumb is why you didnt get the whole picture before name calling. Who knows, you might be smart too, but what you showed here is that in your own heart you dont believe it which has to be tough. Sorry man.

  62. mtsquad says:
    Feb 17, 2017 7:14 PM
    He admitted his guilt, which with your average person with an alcohol issue is rare. He’s getting punished the NFL should butt out of this. They really need to just worry about what happens on the field.
    Hopefully Floyd will pursuing get the help he needs and become a better person. That’s all any of us can do or hope for.

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    Whatever the NFL does or doesnt do should be consistent with how they handled other cases. I get your point that the NFL might not have it totally worked out when they should butt in or butt out of some of these (I favor staying out and letting it be the court’s job IMHO) but their bigger oroblem is just learning to have consistency in what they do.

  63. This prosecutor’s office in Scottsdale let him off the hook. A 2nd offense Super Extreme DUI in Arizona is supposed to carry a 6-month jail term.

    Maybe the prosecutor who cut him a break is a Pats fan.

  64. thedangerouskitchen says:
    Feb 18, 2017 7:27 AM

    I was trying to take a stab at who the drool guy meant when he accused a Patriot of hit and run. It was a bit of a surreal statement so there was no perfect match. Spike’s infraction was as close as I could come. Its also really not a bad guess regardless of when they cut him. I think your intention was to make yourself feel smart by calling others dumb is why you didnt get the whole picture before name calling.
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    I too was referring to the drooling one. As in he might be dumb enough to confuse Donte, Dont’a and/or Spikes as all being one in the same. Not attempting to denigrate you for trying to decipher/poke fun at what might be going through the warped hate filled mind of a troll. Sorry you took personal offense where none was meant.

  65. This is the smartest comment I’ve seen on PFT for a long time.

    djvh2 says:
    Feb 17, 2017 2:53 PM
    DUI needs to be taken seriously. The NFL suspends guys for longer periods for using pot while at home. DUI could take someones life or cause serious injuries.

  66. The NFL suspends guys for longer periods for using pot while at home. DUI could take someones life or cause serious injuries.
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    Do they care?

    See Leonard Little (multiple drunk driving offender who actually took a life while driving drunk)

    Played in the League 10 years.

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