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Letroy Guion Begged to be Let Go

The details of Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Letroy Guion’s DUI arrest have come out and they are pretty much what you would expect.

Guion had a blood-alcohol level of .086, but stumbled and had slurred speech when he was arrested. He also reportedly smelled of booze and weed. That right there should get him into the league’s substance abuse program, if he wasn’t in it already.

Guion begged the police to let him go and also told them he was drinking Hennessy.

“Please sir, it’s my birthday,” he told an officer, according to the records. “I can have someone else drive.”

“I know I’m drunk,” he told the officer in the records. “I’ve been drinking Hennessy all night. I don’t drink any of that weak stuff, only the hard stuff.”

Only the hard stuff…

As you know, Guion will be suspended for the first four games of the 2017 season for violating the league’s performance enhancing drugs policy.

This incident could bring another suspension.

That has led to speculation about whether the Packers will even both to keep Guion around.

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  1. Kato June 30, 2017

    Can this fucking idiot be let go please?

  2. Howard June 30, 2017

    I guess we should feel good that he is honest, and didn’t pull the old do you know who I am card.

  3. Ferris June 30, 2017

    Did the truck that was confiscated in FL get towed this time? Maybe if he was aware enough to suggest someone else should have driven to the officer it could have occurred to him before he got behind the wheel.
    Just being this stupid should be enough to cut him. Go back to Minnesota, nobody ever wanted you here anyway, once you wear that purple jersey the stain never comes off.

  4. Empacador June 30, 2017

    My question is what in the hell are the Packers waiting for? Move on from this shithead already. Make room for someone else to get the reps wasted on this part time player.