Discussion in 'New Orleans Saints Forum' started by islstl, Sep 27, 2010.
Peter King has already reported Payton is bringing in kickers today.
Has anyone ever fallen so far so fast? I'm sure there are plenty, but it does suck for the kid, given his status just a few short months ago. Regardless of if he's cut and never attempts another kick in the NFL, no one can ever take away what he did in the NFCCG and his record setting performance in the Super Bowl. Those accomplishments will look good on any trophy wall.
They should let him get back to his old adderral habits.
I said the exact same thing when he missed the kick yesterday.
Atlanta icing him worked. Paper said this morning they were bringing Carney back to try out. Carney worked with him last year. I think Hartley's a good kicker but he is having the sophomore jinx.
And I bet the Saints are kicking themselves for trying that field goal on first down and not trying to score a TD instead.
Yeah he pops those things like candy and got busted last year and served a 4 game suspension.
I know a few friends of his and he is the guy who calls left and right trying to find someone to satisfy his cravings until they get sick of it and block his number. :lol:
Payton: Hartley Suspended For Use Of 'Adderall' - Sports News Story - WDSU New Orleans
Yup. Adderall is known as "poor man's coke".
Adderral is one hell of a drug... Rick James:lol:
Seriously though, it is. I was prescribed to it but I was the type who took half the dose my doctor recommended because I didn't like the way it made me feel. I am talking like half a 15mg twice daily.
So I would have leftovers all over the place and I made the mistake of mentioning this fact to a friend of a friend and gave some to her. Next thing I know I have this girl driving by my apartment stalking me to get drugs and calling me all day, etc... even with her daughter in the car.
I know a few who had to go to treatment and my dad and I are convinced one of my best friends dropped dead from it about 2 years ago. My dad who is a cardiologist says he is seeing more and more young people drop dead from heart problems and adderral is usually one of the drugs they were taking. I was done with it after that and it wasn't hard for me to get off at all given I would go weeks without it anyway. But I felt a ton better after having it out of my system for 2 months or so.
I didn't realize it was addictive.