Found April 02, 2012 on
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Someone must not like freedom… Remember back in 1998 when some scouts thought former #2 overall pick Ryan Leaf would be a better pro quarterback than Peyton Manning? Well, saying Manning won that debate would be a vast understatement. Leaf was arrested Monday for burglary in Montana the second time in four days, per the Desert News: [...]
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Two days after posting bail for drug and burglary charges, former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been arrested a second time in Montana.
Central Montana Drug Force Commander Chris Hickman says Leaf was arrested early Monday in Great Falls and is facing charges of burglary, theft and two counts of criminal possession of dangerous drugs. He also is being detained on a probation violation...
Need more proof Ryan Leaf is a pill-popping junkie with an Oxy addiction? The guy was arrested Friday on drug, theft & burglary charges. Guess who was arrested yesterday on nearly identical charges? Yep, the former #1 draft pick of the San Diego Chargers. He posted bail on the first charge and went hunting for some pills, according to police. At least he’s in jail today awaiting...
Two days after posting bail to get out of jail -- after being arrested on Friday on drug and burglary charges -- Ryan Leaf has been arrested.... ONCE AGAIN for the same crime -- burglary.According to the Huffington Post, Central Montana Drug Force Commander Chris Hickman says that Leaf was arrested in the early hours on Monday in Great Falls, Montana -- Leaf's hometown.Hickman...
From draft bust to drug bust.
Ryan Leaf, the ultimate bust when it comes to NFL franchise quarterback draft picks, was arrested for the second time in the past four days. Meaning the Cincinnati Bengals have already contacted his agent about working him out and getting him on the roster. No, I’m joking about that last part.
But seriously, you know how extensive the legal issues...
The Colts seemingly are incredibly interested in Robert Griffin III in the upcoming draft or are at least doing their best to convince us they're interested.
Nate Dunlevy tackles this possibility with his usual deft touch:
Sorry, not buying it. If they were making a late-in-the-game push to go after Luck then that means they didn't have enough information back in March...
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