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Off season arrest meter

2 and counting.
Better in the offseason.
This thread needs to be official
  • cciowa
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we are now a team of thugs. maybe we need to bring back nice guys like k harris. did he not play violin?
Originally posted by cciowa:
we are now a team of thugs. maybe we need to bring back nice guys like k harris. did he not play violin?

piano
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by cciowa:
we are now a team of thugs. maybe we need to bring back nice guys like k harris. did he not play violin?

piano

thought it was the skin flute?
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by cciowa:
we are now a team of thugs. maybe we need to bring back nice guys like k harris. did he not play violin?

piano

Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by cciowa:
we are now a team of thugs. maybe we need to bring back nice guys like k harris. did he not play violin?

piano

thought it was the skin flute?

Originally posted by crabman82:
thought it was the skin flute?

You win the internets.
"thugs" are on every team
Wasn't exactly a thug situation, police missing info from his 1st step program lead to an outstanding warrant, dumb on rays part but not thuggish. LOL
Fortunately this isn't a big deal. When I saw the new article I was nervous cause he already has a DUI. Simple paper work issue. No discipline needed by either the team or the NFL.

However, this should be a wake up call to our players. We had an outstanding year and need to be focused on next year. Get your s**t together and start preparing.
Harbaugh should start threatning players that if they don't get their stuff together they will be sent to Singletary's motivational seminars
Originally posted by susweel:
2 and counting.

Go figure you would make this thread.


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Ray McDonald, a fifth-year defensive lineman, was arrested early Wednesday morning in Sunnyvale for an outstanding warrant, stemming from his 2010 arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence in San Mateo County.

McDonald was released from the Santa Clara County Main Jail at just after 7 a.m., according to Sgt. Jose Cordoza of the Santa Clara Sheriff's Department.

(Update: It's believed the warrant was issued for failure to provide proof of completion of his first-offender program.)

Sunnyvale police pulled over McDonald for an apparent traffic violation and he was arrested at about 2 a.m. when officers learned of his outstanding arrest warrant, according to Sunnyvale Capt. Dave Verbrugge.

"No other charges filed," Verbrugge said. "He was cooperative and no problems."

So sounds like probably completed the program, didn't provide proof of completion and that's why they had the warrant. Let's not act like he got his second DUI since 2010.
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