Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by islstl, Oct 5, 2004.
ESPN reporting it.
His pockets are getting light...I dont believe that bunk for a minute.
His NFL suspension will be for a full year after serving his retirement papers. So that looks like July 25 of next year.
will the drug suspension kick in after that?
I thought ESPN was trying to say that it would be served from July 25, 2004 to July 25, 2005.
Whoever answers yes to the poll I would like to hear your reason why.
When he retired they said that the failed drug tests would be voided when he retired so when he comes back he won't have to serve a suspension. As a Dolphin fan, I'd take him back. If he doesn't want to play with us or if there is too much tension between the organazation and him then we can at least trade him for some draft picks.
"The kid can't hold his smoke, that's what it is"
You smokin the same thing Ricky is obviously.
He MUST serve 1 full year suspension. End of story.
The Miami organization does not want him. The Miami players sure as hell don't want him. Most other teams will not want him. At the very best Miami will trade him away for a 6th round draft pick (yes, that's about the value left in this loser).
He still owes the money back to the Miami Dolphins for quitting. That won't change. It's the only reason why he has mysteriously gotten back the passion for football. He went to buy some weed from his connection off 44th and Crenshaw, and he was broke. That's when he said enough is enough.