Discussion in 'Smack Talk' started by reg, Jul 21, 2008.
I don't think they will even make the playoffs next season.
Not sure that I'd go that far, but I certainly don't consider them to be a top SB contender this year.
202 pills??? That's way past addiction by my count
How is this guy still playing in the NFL??? Why didn't someone check his butt into rehab?
Umm, that would put him in the small time dealer range.
True. Either that or he should be on the PUP list with all that pain.:lol:
Hilarious how many Patriots have been busted for weed and prescription drugs this offseason.
Rodney Harrison was suspended for obtaining HGH.
Nick Kaczur should definitely be suspended for obtaining that much Oxycontin.
Maybe the DEA should take a look further, since technically, with that many pills, he could be eligible to be charged with "felony possession with intent to distribute."
Self-medicating to kill the pain of being known as cheaters. :yes:
Actually, that's only about a 10-20 day supply for a serious oxycontin addict.
I love to bash the Pats as much as the next guy, but it's hard not to feel for Kaczur. NFL players are given painkillers like candy, and the fact that some of them become addicted is one of the realities of the NFL.
Pain pill addicts are the toughest nuts to crack- much worse than even heroin. :yes:
C*CKS*CKING PATRIOT CHEATERS
Yeah, a certain QB that is retired/unretired and shall go nameless, was also addicted to painkillers in 1995 after several years of taking them for various injuries he suffered early in his NFL career.
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