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Packers' Jolly gets probation on drug charge

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by News Bot, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. News Bot

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  2. Croak

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    I think he should be cut. He repeatedly made his own decisions even after being warned by the Packers organization.
     
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    i think he WILL be cut. the packers do not put up with trouble, which is one of many reason's they are America's team.

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    I hope he's waived too. But the Packers do put up with trouble, just like every other NFL team. The Packers knew Jolly was in a vehicle with two or three friends/thugs (two or three had criminal records) along with an unregistered hand gun, weed, and codeine. He was arrested outside a club known in the Houston area for drugs and violence. Shortly thereafter they knew at least some in the Houston PD and/or DA’s office thought Jolly was involved in the drug trade. I know the Packers knew all that because I did. That happened in the summer of 2008. Jolly played the entire 2008 and 2009 seasons. Even after Jolly pled guilty to secure his probation deal, the Packers didn’t release him.
     

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