Posted May 25, 2012 on profootball.scout.com
Cincinnati Bengals rookie Brandon Joiner is in serious trouble with the law. The undrafted rookie has been sentenced to three years in prison, punishment stemming from a robbery five years ago when he was a Texas A&M freshman.
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