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01-16-2011, 12:24 AM
This has to be my favorite ever. The story of Todd "super baby" Marinovich from the Raiders


this cat's dad raised him from infancy ivan drago style to be a super-athlete, making him do pushups, medicine ball lifts, and balance beam exercises at age one month and teething him on a frozen kidney (no, really).

marinovich became a star college player, but was busted for weed, coke, and rape. as a pro, he did nothing but smoke crack, drop acid, sexually assault more women, and throw interceptions, until he was kicked out. oh yeah--one time he had heroin withdrawals and shit his pants during warm-up drills (no, really).

in 2005, "super baby" was busted in a public restroom with child pornography and meth, and tried to flee on a child's bicycle, but was caught. on the police report, he gave his occupation as “unemployed artist” and “anarchist” (no, really).

01-16-2011, 03:38 AM
Cool storey, brahman...


01-16-2011, 03:46 AM

Old, OLD OLD news........

Sorry but how about something interisting?

Like how I was at the game in KC when we hosted the Raiders in the playoffs, and Marinovich threw his helmet to the ground after DT raped him and was caught on the JumboTron crying (really)

01-16-2011, 03:55 AM
OH I got one....

There was this guy named Doug Flutie (no really)

Who won a college championship with Boston on a Hail Mary at the end of the game.

But went to the CFL instead of the NFL, cause everyone thought he was to short to play QB (no really)

Then after winning several championships in the CFl, came to the NFL and didn't do shit.

Of but he did get a ceral named after him...Flutie Flakes (no really)


01-16-2011, 03:58 AM
Ok how about this guy named Bam Morris (no really that's his name...Bam)

Mostly sucked at football, well sucked at being a criminal to.

Morris has become more well known for his off field legal troubles than his football prowess. On June 27, 1996, Morris pleaded guilty to felony possession of marijuana in a plea bargain deal in front of a Rockwall County, Texas judge.

Police testified that they found 4 kilograms of marijuana and one gram of cocaine in his car during a traffic stop. He was fined $7,000 and sentenced to 200 hours of community service and six years probation.

He was cut by the Steelers after the guilty plea and signed as a free agent with the Baltimore Ravens. He wore uniform number 33 as a Raven. After two seasons, both marked with suspensions concerning the NFL's substance abuse policy, Morris was released. He signed with the Chicago Bears the following year, but was cut after playing in only 2 regular season games. He then signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. He wore uniform number 39 as a Chief.

On November 16, 1997, Morris was arraigned in Baltimore, Maryland after a woman accused him of assault. Morris pleaded guilty in August 2000 to two counts of Federal drug trafficking and was sentenced to 30 months in prison. As part of the plea bargain, Morris admitted to distributing 100 kilograms of marijuana in the Kansas City area between 1998 and 2000. (no really)

On September 10, 2001, Morris was convicted of violating his parole stemming from his 1996 plea bargain and sentenced to 10 years in a Texas prison. He was released early on July 31, 2004.