Found April 02, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
PLAYERS: Mikel Leshoure
TEAMS: Detroit Lions
Detroit Lions running back Mikel Leshoure failed to show up in court Monday for his arraignment on a charge of marijuana possession. Leshoure could face contempt of court charges, according to a Berrien County (Mich.) prosecutor. The second-year running back was cited for marijuana possession twice in a two-week period. He was arrested on March 12 when a police officer spotted him attempting to eat marijuana, according to a police report. A second-round draft pick in 2011, Leshoure missed his entire rookie season after tearing his Achilles tendon during training camp. The 225-pound Leshoure averaged 6.0 yards per carry last season at Illinois, running for 1,697 yards and 17 TDs and catching 17 passes for 196 yards and three scores.

Report: Leshoure charged in pot bust

Detroit Lions running back Mikel Leshoure , who missed his entire rookie season because of a ruptured Achilles tendon, will be arraigned Monday on a marijuana possession charge, the Detroit Free Press reported. According to the Free Press, this is the second time in two months Leshoure has faced marijuana charges. On Feb. 18, he was cited during a traffic stop for possession of...

Repor: LeShoure arraigned on marijuana posession

It's been a tough couple of years for the Detroit Lions' Mikel LeShoure. A preseason Achilles tear kept him off the field for the 2011 season, and it looks like his promising career has hit another speed bump. According to an ESPN radio report, the second-year running back from the University of Illinois was arraigned Monday on charges of marijuana possession. If the allegations...

Leshoure finds trouble on and off the field

A year ago this month, Mikel Leshoure was selected in the second round of the NFL draft by the Detroit Lions. There were high hopes for the 6-foot, 227-pound running back, but not much has gone right for Leshoure since that day. He was scheduled to be arraigned in Berrien County (Mich.) for a second possession-of-marijuana offense in less than a month. The first came on Feb. 18...

Mikel Leshoure banged on marijuana possession, doesn’t show up for arraignment

Mike Leshoure’s NFL career consists of one torn Achilles tendon, two marijuana possession charges, one missed arraignment and ZERO carries.  A 2011 second-round pick out of Illinois, Leshoure tore his Achilles tendon before preseason games began last season.  His bruising running style was sorely missed in a weak Lions running game last season.  Big things were expected, but...

Police: Lions back Leshoure caught with marijuana

Police say Detroit Lions running back Mikel Leshoure was caught chewing marijuana during a recent traffic stop in southwestern Michigan. The incident on March 12 occurred less than a month after police in a different Berrien County community say they caught Leshoure with marijuana. Prosecutor Art Cotter says Leshoure was due in court Monday for the more recent case but hadn'...

Mikel LeShoure arrested for possession

Detroit Lions running back Mikel LeShoure is facing a possession of marijuana charge. According to the Detroit Free Press, he'll be arraigned on Monday. LeShoure missed his rookie season with a ruptured Achilles tendon. Per the report, LeShoure was spotted trying to eat the marijuana after a traffic stop on March 12 where he was a passenger

Detroit Lions RB Mikel Leshoure Tries To Eat Weed During Stop, Arrested

The Detroit Lions have found their new Charles Rogers. The former first-round draft pick was long on potential, stupidity and arrests and short on production. The guy getting ready to take Rogers place in Lions’ lore is running back Mikel Leshoure. Last year’s second-round pick has racked up two marijuana charges since February. Today, he didn’t show up for court and a warrant...

Three Lions drafted in 2011 have been arrested for marijuana possession this offseason

The Detroit Lions have impressively hit on almost all of their draft picks last year. The Lions only made five selections in the 2011 draft and, incredibly, three of the players have been arrested for marijuana possession since their rookie season ended. First-round pick defensive tackle Nick Fairley (pictured at left) was spotted speeding in Mobile, Ala., Tuesday and was pulled...

Detroit Lions Running Backs: Last Man Standing

The running back position. It is easily the Lions' most unstable position given the talent on staff. Expect this instability to have effects on how the Lions approach the upcoming draft. It is true that reports are encouraging that Mikel Leshoure is on track, even ahead of schedule, to return from a devastating Achilles injury. Kevin Smith has been resigned. Jahvid Best is...

Pair of Lions draft picks busted on Marijuana Charges

One day after the Detroit Lions second round draft pick Mikel LeShoure was busted on Marijuana Possession charges, the Lions first round pick Nick Fairley busted on the same charges. Fairley was busted in Mobile Alabama on second degree possession charges and driving on a suspended drivers license. He missed a few games due to injury last season, coming in to finish the year with...

Detroit Lions: Time For An Intervention

So... Has anyone thought of introducing a 28 game season? How about an extra 10 preseason games? Or maybe a mandatory off-season training program that runs from February to August? This is not due to a desperate need for content. Its not an attempt to improve the quality of play,either. No, apparently, some of the younger members of the Detroit Lions have too much time on their...
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