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Jolly drug case reopened, could serve up to 20 years in prison

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by NYPacker, Dec 15, 2009.

  1. NYPacker

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  2. ThinkICare

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    Yeah, I read about this on some packer fan site. Really not looking good. Jolly just did an incredibly stupid thing and could end up paying for it.
     
  3. Jess

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    SON OF A BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Whoever reopened that HAS to be a Viking fan.

    Hypothetically then, our line for next year: Raji, Pickett, Jenkins?
     
  4. ThinkICare

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    That is if we do re-sign Pickett, which I hope we do. We're probably gonna see a lot more of Wynn now in the rotation.
     
  5. DoubleC4

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    jolly was havin such a good year. damnit
     
  6. NYPacker

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    LMAO! However I did read something that said that most likely he will get probation. Even if he does Rodger Goodell is currently working up plans on what to do with him. A drug offense is a mandatory suspension by the NFL. We will be screwed if goodell decides to suspend him during the postseason.
     
  7. Murgen

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    Well, lets just hope we get Packer fan judges, like the Williams' got Viking fan Judges.

    However, having 200grams of codiene on you is crazy. Nearly 2/10th of a kilo!!!!!!!! Damn that is a lot. Dude deserves what he gets (if proved guilty), but sucks he is a Packer and playing so well for us. Big time bummer.
     
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    Trade all of our draft picks for Su :) LOL
     
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    I actually like that idea!!! SUH!! That would be awesome. Although I think our secondary with Harris possibly out for good, needs to be addressed first.

    Oh yeah, and a new kicker, and badass RB. And a couple of future pro-bowl offensive linemen... Ugh.. So much for Suh!!! Bummer.
     
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    I would think that if it was season or career-threatening, PFT would have reported it. I haven't seen anything about it yet.
     
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    Hmmm I guess that personal foul during the 2nd Vikings game wasn't the only stupid thing he's done that'll end up costing him and the team.....
     
  13. NYPacker

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    Like I said at the very most he'll be facing probation. However goodell's ruling on his suspension is what is gonna end up hurting us, jolly could get suspended for half a season.
     
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    since i live in nebraska there is nothing i would love more than to see suh in a packers uniform. SUHHHHHHHHH!!!!!
     
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    It was codeine, which to my knowledge is a painkiller? I know it is a lot but I would look into what other players are peddling, or smoking for the decisions they make (ex: How much money will Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson lose for celebrations and bribes before someone looks into him off the field?) haha but yea this is not good. I will bet he gets probation but if thats the case Goodell will have him suspended for quite some time.


    And to get Suh it will take a lifetime of draft picks. Oh god it could be a rough one here. Thanks Jolly!!!!!!
     
  17. DoubleC4

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    the vikings can take steroids but jolly cant have painkillers? what the hell?!?!
     
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    Jolly is a great player but as a person I think he must be one of THE dumbest people alive. I mean seriously, he mixed a painkiller with soda just to get high. Sounds like something college kids do when they get bored.
     
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    yeah it is obvious the criminal element of the william's wall and their banned diet capsules compares with jollys narcotics endevor. Sorry not the same type deal here and should not be compared.
     
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    Diet capsules is what the williams boys are accused of and not steroids
     
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    Skol guy your wasting your time. Packer fans don't care about the truth in the Williams case. They don't care that the NFL has even stated that they were not doing steroids. They see them as taking the diet pill to cover up roids. And on more then one occasion I have been told 200 grams of codeine in nothing. Right. That's why it's a felony in TX. It's nothing. Funny thing is Jolly's punishment for this will more then likely be less then the Williams.
     
  22. Green_Bay_Packers

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    This is bad you guys, really really bad.

    **** SAKE!

    LETS HOPE HE GETS A FINE OR A COMMUNITY SERVICE ORDER, ANYTHING BUT PRISON
     
  23. Raptorman

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    My guess would be a plea deal with at most some jail time being served so it does not interfere with his playing and probation for 1 to 2 years. Now what the NFL does is another matter. Since it is a first offense for drugs he will go into Phase I, if he hasn't already. It's better if he has. At least that way the clock starts ticking. And it more then likely will not have a suspension attached to it.
     
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    Or, like others, you can hope he's prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

    What's going on in this country when half of fans back a potential felon?

    Imagine this country in 50 years - frightening. :unsure:
     
  25. Raptorman

    Raptorman Vikings fan since 1966.

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    I just checked the CBA and the NFL can suspend him for up to 4 games.

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