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Andrew Quarless was Just Now Suspended

God’s Gifts is the gift that keeps on giving.

Even though he’s a free agent and will likely never play another down in the NFL, former Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless has been suspended two games by the NFL. Gifts was nicked for violating the personal conduct policy.

And what pray tell drew this suspension?

The incident where Quarless got in argument with a woman, started waving a gun around and ultimately ended up pretending to be a plant before being arrested. That happened in July… OF 2015!

What took the NFL so long?

That’s a good question. We were waiting all of last season for this suspension to come down. You know, when Quarless was still an NFL employee.

Perhaps it was because Quarless started and finished the 2015 season on injured reserve. He was initially given the designated to return slot after spraining his MCL in September. He returned in December and then was put back on IR in January for no apparent reason. Other than lack of contribution, that is.

Quarless played in the Packers’ first three games and week 15 and 16. He caught just four passes for 31 yards.

Or perhaps the NFL wanted to go easy on Quarless because he lost his daughter in August.

Or maybe the league just likes to take it easy on the Packers. Quarless isn’t the first player to conveniently draw a suspension after his Packers career was over. Former special teams ace Jarrett Bush was suspended in 2015 after becoming a free agent.

Funny how that works.

At any rate, we’ll never remember God’s Gifts for his contributions on the field, but we’ll always remember him for his police photo.

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5 Comments

  1. Mike August 12, 2016

    This is out of hand, especially when you consider that more current and former Green Bay Packers could be suspended (Matthews, Peppers, and Neal). Over the past 2-3 years, the Packers have had many players get suspended, arrested, or guys who have had run ins with the police. Quarless, Bush, Pennel, Randall, Goodson, Guion, and Jones to name a few. There are more that date back to 2011, like John Jolly and Erik Walden, but the point is that the Packers have become a group of cheating punks. In some cases, cheating thugs. The hits just keep coming for the Packers and if Matthews, Peppers, and Neal get busted, it will solidify the fact that the Packers have become the biggest scumbags in pro football.

    1. Killer August 12, 2016

      Mike is right.

  2. Jschizl August 12, 2016

    Its called due process the nfl wants to have very few litigations lawyers arent cheap. The union will fight they arent afraid. I cant believe that people still believe a piece of shit arab report on some shitbag defunct muslim station that was bought rom al gore. Who gives a shit if they got busted for steriods or drugs. It wont make me like the packers less or not be excited for thee games to start. I watch all day red zone i dont care who does what. For millons of dollars i would do steriods. Cant wait for regular season so i can read all your whiny posts and laugh my ass off at you cry baby english teachers. Dont spend too much time at the jeff janis glory hole tonight

    1. Killer August 12, 2016

      JSCHIZL, you are disturbingly disturbed. Most of what you wrote is just wrong-headedness or, better known as “Stinkin’ Thinkin'” but you also made one error. You said the “jeff janis glory hole” but I’m pretty sure you meant the “Aaron Rodgers glory hole”. Hey, I don’t care about those lifestyle choices but, hey, accuracy counts.

      1. Jschizl August 13, 2016

        Tell someone who gives a fuck