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moblsv
03-19-2006, 09:59 AM
The one team that I thought might be low enough to want somebody like TO did it again. We can now add TO to the long list of Dallas Cowboy embarrassments.

America's team? ha.

moblsv
03-19-2006, 10:00 AM
Larry Brown
2002: arrested and charged with writing bad checks at Las Vegas casinos

Antonio Bryant
2001: arrested and accused of using a plane ticket purchased with a stolen credit card

2001: arrested on disorderly conduct charge after a run-in with a campus policeman over a parking ticket

Leonardo Carson
2004: received 30 days in jail after pleading guilty to trespassing and unlawful imprisonment.

Quincy Carter
2004: cut from the Cowboys after allegedly testing positive for illegal substance (rumored to be cocaine)

Shante Carver
1996: suspended for violating league substance abuse by-laws

Cory Fleming
1995: suspended for violating league drug policy

Terry Glenn
2005: Cited for public intoxication after being caught urinating behind a fast-food restaurant

Dwayne Goodrich
2003: sentenced to 7 years in prison and fined $20,000 for a hit-and-run accident that killed two men in January

Darren Hambrick
1999: charged with fleeing a law enforcement officer and resisting an officer without violence. The arresting deputy reported a "a very strong odor of unburned marijuana" inside the pickup truck.

Bob Hayes
1979: served 10 months in prison for delivering narcotics to an undercover police officer

Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson
1979: cut from the Cowboys because of drug problems

1983: arrested after smoking crack cocaine with two teenage girls; police said he threatened the girls with a pistol, sexually assaulted one of them, and held them against their will; he served 28 months in jail

Clayton Holmes
1995: suspended for a year following a positive drug test, reportedly for cocaine

Antonio Hutson
2000: arrested on an outstanding warrant (for failure to appear in court) after being stopped for speeding; additionally, police found a pistol in his car- Hutson did not have a permit to carry the gun

Michael Irvin
1996: charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, felony possession of cocaine

1997: accused by a 23-year-old Dallas woman of holding a gun to her head while teammate Erik Williams and a third (unidentified) man raped her

1998: reportedly sliced teammate Everett McIver's neck in a fight during training camp; McIver was said to have been paid off by Jerry Jones to not bring charges against Irvin

2000: charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana

2001: charged with felony possession of cocaine

2005: arrested on an outstanding warrant for speeding in Irving, TX after being pulled over Friday afternoon for speeding in Plano, TX. Also charged with drug paraphernalia possession after police searched his car and found a drug pipe and plastic baggies with marijuana residue.

Jerry Jones
1998: reportedly paid Everett McIver not to bring charges against Michael Irvin for an incident in which Irvin sliced McIver's neck with a pair of scissors

1999: jailed on a charge of fleeing the scene of a traffic stop

Leon Lett
1996: one-year suspension for a second violation of the NFL's drug policy.

Harvey Martin
1996: jailed on domestic violence and cocaine charges

Nate Newton
2001: arrested in Louisiana after police said they found 213 pounds of marijuana in a van he was driving

Solomon Page
2000: charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing police

Lance Rentzel
1970: arrested for exposing himself to a 10-year-old girl

1973: pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana

Derek Ross
2001: charged with speeding, furnishing false information and driving under a suspended license

Deion Sanders
1996: arrested for fishing in an off-limits Florida airport lake

2003: sued by auto body shop owner after he only paid $1,500 of a nearly $4,300 bill. He claimed that Jesus told him he only needed to pay $1,500

Rafael Septien
1987: convicted on an indecency charge with a minor

Alonzo Spellman

1998: arrested on outstanding weapons warrant

2002: arrested on charges of drunk driving, driving with a suspended license, and destroying property

2002: arrested for ransacking his brother's house; charged with making terrorist threats, criminal mischief and hindering apprehension

2002: pleaded guilty to interfering with a flight crew

Mark Stepnoski
President of Texas NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws); admitted to using marijuana while playing for the Dallas Cowboys

Barry Switzer
1997: arrested for carrying a loaded revolver in his carry-on bag at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport

Mark Tuinei
1999: died from drug overdose

Dimitrius Underwood
2000: arrested for reckless driving

2003: found mentally incompetent to stand trial on charges he robbed a man in a wheelchair; charged in November with one count of robbery and an assault count for allegedly punching an Irving police officer in an altercation

Erik Williams
1994: received two years' probation on a misdemeanor drunken driving offense

1995: accused of sexually assaulting a 17 year old girl at his North Dallas home

1997: accused of rape by a 23-year-old Dallas woman

Sherman Williams
2000: convicted of charges of conspiracy and attempting to possess marijuana in a multi-state operation

2001: pleaded guilty to charges of passing counterfeit currency

Peppi Zellner
2003: charged with possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute

pooltchr
03-19-2006, 10:49 AM
This is "America's Team"??????
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Gayle in MD
03-20-2006, 08:43 AM
JEEZE !!! What the hell is in that Texas water???

What's another name for Texas water...crook juice, LOL....

They shoulda had a V-8!

sack316
03-21-2006, 06:27 AM
I'm no Cowboys fan, but I've had a hard time understanding why those who are fans of them don't like the move. Seriously, what are they gonna do, get worse (with their what, 2 playoff wins in the last decade). They picked up one of the top 3 recievers in the game, and in a round about way from a divison opponent. Don't get me wrong, I know WHY people don't like T.O., but all night I heard Dallas fans whining about the move while I was at work-- but in reality it was a serious upgrade to one of the many key components they needed. Sure it's a gamble, but c'mon!

I'm laying 3-1 odds that after a couple of wins you'll see lots of Owen's cowboys jerseys being worn, and if they make the playoffs Dallas fans won't even remember here ever had a past before this season.

JMHO

Sack

onepocketfanatic
03-23-2006, 08:04 PM
My guess is that Jerry J. thinks his coach can handle T.O. I am sure there were some meetings behind the sceens to get things aired out between the two sides. Will have to wait an see what happens here. I agree, the fans will forget about anything about players if the team wins.

pooltchr
03-24-2006, 06:02 AM
Well, it turns out I am pretty happy that they did it. Because they got TO, they had to release Johnson, and my team just signed him to 5 years. That gives us Johnson and Steve Smith now. That's a pretty nice backfield combination!
Steve

Barbara
03-24-2006, 10:30 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote moblsv:</font><hr> The one team that I thought might be low enough to want somebody like TO did it again. We can now add TO to the long list of Dallas Cowboy embarrassments.

America's team? ha. <hr /></blockquote>

ENJOY!!! /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif /ccboard/images/graemlins/blush.gif

Barbara