A highly touted prospect out of the University of Miami, defensive tackle William Joseph looked like a promising superstar for the New York Giants. The opportunity to line him up alongside Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Strahan was exciting to say the least.
Unfortunately, the 25th-overall selection in the 2003 NFL Draft was never able to live up to the expectations.
Former NFL players William Joseph and Michael Bennett face prison time after separately agreeing to deals with prosecutors and admitted guilt in the same scheme. Joseph faces a minimum prison sentence of two years for pleading guilty to theft of government money and aggravated identity theft in a scheme that also involved former Patriots practice squad player Louis Gachelin. ...
Former NFL and University of Miami player William Joseph has pleaded guilty to federal charges arising out of an undercover FBI tax fraud investigation.
The 32-year-old Joseph pleaded guilty Friday to theft of government money and identity theft. He faces a mandatory minimum two years in prison when sentenced in November.
A defensive tackle, Joseph was a first-round pick of the...
Two former NFL first-round draft picks have been arrested in Miami, Florida by the FBI. The two players arrested were charged with identity theft charges with intent to file false tax returns. DT William Joseph and RB Michael Bennett were the two players arrested. A third player was also arrested, Louis Gachelin, the half-brother of current Denver Broncos player Elvis Dumervil.
The FBI recently arrested Michael Bennett and William Joseph on charges in connection with an identity theft scheme created to steal people's identities.
Three former NFL players are facing identity theft and tax fraud charges in Florida, The Miami Herald reported Tuesday.
Former Giants' and Vikings' first-round picks William Joseph, 32, and Michael Bennett, 33, were arrested and questioned Monday by FBI agents in connection with an alleged scheme to steal people's identities and file false tax returns.
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Words can’t express the loss of “Smokin” Joe Frazier not only to boxing but to the world at large. Instead let’s look at some video that will help us all remember the 1964 Gold Medal Olympian, World Boxing Champion, and boy from Beaufort, SC.
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