They’ve got some great character guys over there in Detroit, that’s for sure.
Detroit Lions cornerback Aaron Berry was arrested last weekend, making it the sixth time someone from the Lions has been arrested since the start of 2012. Berry got pegged for DUI and leaving the scene of an accident in Harrisburg, Pa. early Saturday morning.
A source told the TV station that Berry drove his car into a lineup of parked vehicles. He then got out of the car and began to walk away, per the source. A witness called the police, who arrived soon after, and Berry was arrested around 4:45 a.m.
The other Lions arrested this year are Johnny Cullbreath (marijuana possession), Mikel Leshoure (twice for marijuana possession) and Nick Fairley (marijuana possession and DUI). Note those last two idiots were arrested twice.
Who do these guys think they are? The Minnesota Vikings?
this isn’t where I parked my car
The Lions are a good team but they seem to be constantly on the brink of spinning out control. But with a coach like Jim Schwartz what do you expect?
that may be true but it’s the character of a team the defines how they do. All these arrest have a toxic affect on a team I would be surprise if you see the lions stumble out of the gate from all this stuff. Look at the teams that have long history of success and you see very little news come out from them and when it does they take care of it.
My theory: the team went to see “The longest yard” and was told by their little troll coach: “Be bad mo’foes like these guys”……because of their low I.Q. the players figured he meant “go to jail like these bad mo’foes”……
They might wan’t to expand their prison facilities in Detroit with at least 53 more cells..!
Detroit: One step forward, six steps back. If this is how they handle a little success, imagine if they ever really achieve anything. Oops, who am I kidding?, it’s the Lions.