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This piece is also featured on Lions101.com Another offseason weekend brought yet another Detroit Lions arrest. This time, it was another repeat offender. Aaron Berry, he of the recent DUI troubles, was busted in Pennsylvania for assault and brandishing a … Continue reading →
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It's time for the Detroit Lions to make a statement and release cornerback Aaron Berry.
That's provided, of course, that the latest reports are accurate and that Berry has been arrested for the second time in less than a month.
This time, Berry, 24, reportedly was charged with three counts of simple assault for allegedly brandishing a firearm after being arrested early...
This time, the Detroit Lions really didn't have much of a choice.
The police reports kept piling up this offseason to where the NFL club simply had to make an example of someone.
You can only threaten for so long. At some point, you need to follow through with action.
Otherwise, the threats of discipline have no meaning.
The Lions took that type of harsh action Monday with...
Many have speculated about the future of Aaron Berry with the Detroit Lions following his 2nd arrest of the offseason this past weekend, and the Lions have made their move, cutting the troubled cornerback due to personal conduct.
While the move to cut Berry is likely met with little to no resistance from fans, it can't be ignored that such a move weakens an already deplorable...
I’ve written all offseason about the knuckleheaded, entitled and invincible attitude of NFL players during their time off. It seems every day there is a new report about a player being arrested and what, if any, discipline the league will bring down upon them. In the case of cornerback Aaron Berry, it can’t be worse than what the Lions did to him.
Apparently fed up with Berry’s...
English: Aaron Berry, a player on the National Football League. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Here we go again, the season can’t get here soon enough. Roger Godell will need to restructure the off-season to give the players less free time. It seems that the NFL players these days have too much free time on their hands. This has been the theme of the 2012 pre-season and this...
Aaron Berry was cut from the Lions today for breaking the golden rule–a man’s talent must outweigh his foolishness. Berry was popped for simple assault but drug abuse offenses are far more common than violent ones. Berry received his own DUI charge last month.
In a show of something akin to transparency the NFL has released a list of NFL players arrested thus far in 2012. I have...
The Detroit Lions released cornerback Aaron Berry today after he was arrested for the second time this off-season (Credit: AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
Yesterday, the Lions released a statement saying “We are extremely disappointed by the reports involving Aaron Berry“. Today, they took action.
The Detroit Lions released cornerback Aaron Berry after his second off-season arrest. Dave...
Detroit Lions cornerback Aaron Berry was arrested Saturday morning in Harrisburg, Pa., and charged with three counts of simple assault. The arrest, which was first reported by Pro Football Talk.com, was the second of the off-season for Berry and sixth among Lions players. The undrafted free agent from Pitt was no longer in custody, according to Harrisburg police. Officials did...
The Detroit Lions have cut cornerback Aaron Berry, two days after he was arrested for the second time this offseason.
The Lions’ off-the-field run-ins with police this offseason have been so abundant that they probably could fill an entire season of “Cops.”
The latest incident resulted in the team releasing cornerback Aaron Berry, who was arrested for the second time in less than a month after allegedly pointing a loaded gun at three people in Pennsylvania over the weekend.
All the arrests...
Detroit Lions fans- Welcome to training camp! Today, rookies and injured players report to the Detroit Lions Training Facility in Allen Park, Michigan, with the rest of the team reporting Tuesday. We have waited all through our Super Bowl hangover, the combine, the NFL Draft, and of course endless police blotter to lead up to [...]