Skip to comments.LB Antonio Morrison Arrested Again
Posted on 07/21/2013 5:59:09 PM PDT by Freedom of Speech Wins
GatorNation reporter Michael DiRocco talks about Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison's future with the team after being arrested for allegedly barking at a police dog and resisting arrest.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida Gators linebacker Antonio Morrison has been arrested for the second time in five weeks, this time for allegedly barking at a police dog and resisting arrest, and will miss at least the first two games of the season after being suspended from the team Sunday.
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He only harassed a police dog and resisted arrest. Our former TE is the murderer.
OK. I’ll correct my flow chart.
Don’t forget to add that three weeks ago, Morrison was arrested for punching a bouncer in the head for charging him normal cover price.
What kind of idiot barks at a police dog?...Oh yeah, that’s right.
It’s time to ditch sports and focus on saving our culture.
Sadly sports is the only level playing field, at least sometimes.
Persistent use of high doses of steroids produce some strange actions in athletes.
I don’t think this is the “Florida Way” Coach Boom was talking about.
I think you might be right.
We have been looking horrible the last couple of months.
Since Tebow left, there’s been no on-field leadership to speak of.
Agreed. Hopefully Muschamp kicks some butt and they get their heads out of their rear ends. Some player needs to step up as well. This is a disgrace.
An NFL player arrested for a crime? Say it ain’t so, Joe!!
why, that’s just not possible! I mean, every one of them is educated (all spent years in college) and are making at minimum almost half a million dollars a year!
Surely nO ONE with these resources would be a lowlife jackass!
The only team that can beat the Ravens or 49ers will be the prison team.
Barking at a police dog is now illegal?
How do they know he was barking something bad instead of something good?
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