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Jolly beginning to become more of a problem

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by NYPacker, May 21, 2010.

  1. NYPacker

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  2. A1MEANGREEN

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    oh man will this guy ever learn. looks like trouble hes on thin ice as it is
     
  3. PackersRS

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    Does this deal impedes him from playing? If so, then it's a problem. If not, it isn't. I mean, "Throw him in jail! He's having a party!!!! He's an adult!!!!"

    I really doubt any judge will prevent a person from working...
     
  4. FrankRizzo

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    As I said earlier in this week, John Jolly won't ever get another contract from Ted Thompson.

    Ted does a great job, the best in the NFL, of finding pretty good character people. He's the opposite of what Marvin Lewis and the Bengals do there bringing in criminal after criminal.

    Once Jolly tried to deal drugs, whatever this schit is, that sealed his fate. I suspected this, and then Ted drafted not one, but two guys to replace him, including shocking all of us in the 2nd round with the 4th-round projected Mike Neal.

    Adios Jolly. Guy makes nice plays batting balls down, but does little else. I still don't forgive him for his ghetto-ish personal fould penalty last year in game 2 against the Vikings which ended up costing us a TD, and perhaps that game.
     
  5. Pugger

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    Yes, I'm beginning to suspect the Packers staff were getting weary of Jolly and his conduct off the field so they drafted 2 D linemen.
     
  6. A1MEANGREEN

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    oh yeah its called jail
     
  7. PackersRS

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    You're aware that we're not talking about prison in here, right?

    The problem is the curfiew. But, in most cases, when the person has a nighttime job, it's adjusted...

    I think this will be the case. And this is what I meant by "I doubt any judge will prevent someone from working". The deal isn't to punish him, but rather to stop him from using codeine. That's the spirit of the deal.

    Jolly will only go to jail if he breaks one of the terms of his new bond.
     
  8. turbo69

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    Oh my god!!!! A picture of him with a drink in his hand. I guess they would have to arrest just about everyone in Wisconsin. lol.........what a F'n joke. But what isn't a joke is the hair folicle test he is about to take. He's screwed.........and I hope nobody is thinking they will be seeing him in a Packer uniform..........cause it's not going to happen!
     
  9. PackAttackUK

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    Even though it was just 'a picture of him with a drink in hand', he shouldn't be giving ANYBODY excuses to make him more like a bad guy.

    He should be keeping his head down, and be in his P.J's and in bed by 9pm, as to NOT give the opposition more ammunition to fire at him!!

    He's being very stupid about this situation, throwing parties etc. **** like that can be done when he's all clear, NOT while the guy is waiting to go to court!

    Some very immature moves have been made by Johnny Jolly, and TT won't see these moves as just a picture with a beer in his hand.

    Drafting 2 DL in the draft is looking to be a pretty smart move...
     
  10. PackersRS

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    I know, people are blowing this way out of proportion... But it was in his bond not to have alcoholic beverages...

    And, with his new bond, he could be prevented from playing, due to the curfew imposed. I doubt it, but it could happen.

    Yeah, those in his hands might very well be cranberry juice... But he's an idiot for being in that spot...
     
  11. A1MEANGREEN

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    i will tell you this texas dont play they are very tough. if he breaks his bond restrictions they will lock him up till his trial. but i hope for the best
     
  12. ivo610

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    Hmm... Might be time to sign that tender...
     
  13. A1MEANGREEN

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    i think you just might be right lol
     
  14. PackersRS

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    Thing is, he did break his bond, and was given a new one.

    But yeah, because it's Texas, I don't guarantee that the judge will relax his conditions to allow him to travel with the team...
     
  15. A1MEANGREEN

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    3 strikes. i hate to say this but judges in texas arent know for cuting much slack. this i know but all the luck to him
     
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    They very well could be pics from last year. Like I said though........it doesn't really matter because once he takes that hair folicle test.......everything he has done in the past six months will show up.
     
  17. FrankRizzo

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    Jolly is on his way out of the league and/or off the Packers

    He posted flyers about a party he was hosting showing him flashing signs with drinks in his hands. As per his bond agreement he can't have alcohol. Though this isn't conclusive evidence, I could cite court cases of underage drinking tickets being upheld based on photographic evidence of them holding red cups at a party.

    Jolly must submit a hair follicle to be tested for drugs and alcohol by a lab within the next seven days.
    Hair follicle tests go back a long time and they are as close to infallible as you can get. He's screwed. Expect a positive for marijuana at the minimum.
    He is now subject to a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew
    Based on his personality and lifestyle, he's going to violate this, it's just a question of whether a cop checks his ID at some point.
    Jolly was ordered not to attend any place that has drugs or alcohol
    See above.
    He must go to an evaluation center to determine whether he has issues with drugs for alcohol, and then abide by any recommendations for treatment
    This one is just a formality; no problem here unless he gets a real d*** of a counselor that wants to check in on him often and at random times.

    He is facing 2-20 years if convicted of the original charge. It's going to be very hard for him to win a not guilty plee and get less than 2 years in jail. Regardless, he has to deal with Goodell and a suspension, between 4 games and a season I would assume.
     
  18. DergaSmash

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    Exactly. I am pretty sure he is about done.
     
  19. JBlood

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    Jolly needs to be given the opportunity to pursue other opportunities.
     
  20. PackersRS

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    He's an idiot for not dressing up for court on felony charges. I dress up for traffic court! Jeans really?

    Can the packers change their tender on him? If so they should to something like a 3rd rounder. Is anyone going to touch him? No, but it will send a strong message to him
     
  22. Raptorman

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    They can pull it at any time. Make him an instant free agent. The only team that can sign him right now are the Packers anyway.
     
  23. FrankRizzo

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    You can take Johnny Jolly out of the jungle, but you can't.......

    He's clearly not a "Packer Type" of player.
    We saw that the hard way when we lost to Minny last year in Green Bay, when this bozo committed the flagrant cheap shot after we stopped the Queens on a 3rd down. It gave them a 1st & goal and then a TD. We lost. That play was the biggest, and dumbest, of the game.

    I like intimidation, but not stupidity. I unfanned Jolly after that play.
     
  24. Green_Bay_Packers

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    I want Jolly to stay but come on
     
  25. JBlood

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    Here's the court outfit. Johnny needs better suspenders. Originally I couldn't understand how anyone could get 200 grams of codeine in a single soda bottle, but the more I see of this idiot I'm convinced he's guilty.

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