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    2020 NFL Off-Season Arrest Thread

    Patriots WR Julian Edelman was arrested for misdemeanor vandalism Saturday night in Beverly Hills.

    Police allege Edelman, who was believed to be under the influence of alcohol, jumped on the hood of a parked Mercedes around 9 PM local time, causing damage to the vehicle. The 33-year-old was cited and released later that night. The Los Angeles County D.A. is still weighing whether to charge him with a crime, though TMZ suggests Edelman may be able to avoid legal consequences if he agrees to simply pay for the damages. It's not a particularly good look for the long-tenured slot receiver, though this incident probably won't amount to much. (source: TMZ)

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    New Orleans police obtained an arrest warrant accusing Browns WR Odell Beckham of simple battery in relation to a locker room interaction he had with a police officer Monday night.

    The Browns' statement: "We are aware of the incident and have been in touch with Odell and his representatives on the matter. They are cooperating with the proper authorities to appropriately address the situation." Beckham was caught on camera slapping a police officer on the back side during the midst of LSU's national championship celebration. OBJ is also under fire at the moment for appearing to hand out wads of cash to players following the game. Nobody was harmed in either instance, but dealing with the police and NCAA is never a great combination.
    Source: SaintsNOW on Twitte
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    Quote Originally Posted by madducks View Post
    New Orleans police obtained an arrest warrant accusing Browns WR Odell Beckham of simple battery in relation to a locker room interaction he had with a police officer Monday night.

    The Browns' statement: "We are aware of the incident and have been in touch with Odell and his representatives on the matter. They are cooperating with the proper authorities to appropriately address the situation." Beckham was caught on camera slapping a police officer on the back side during the midst of LSU's national championship celebration. OBJ is also under fire at the moment for appearing to hand out wads of cash to players following the game. Nobody was harmed in either instance, but dealing with the police and NCAA is never a great combination.
    Source: SaintsNOW on Twitte
    This is just ridiculous. Would Drew Brees have been issued an arrest warrant if he did the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    This is just ridiculous. Would Drew Brees have been issued an arrest warrant if he did the same?
    How much did prior behavior influence the decision to issue the arrest warrant.

    Drew Brees wouldn't do the dumb shit OBJ does(did).
    "I lingered round them, under that benign sky: watched the moths fluttering among the heath and harebells, listened to the soft wind breathing through the grass, and wondered how any one could ever imagine unquiet slumbers for the sleepers in that quiet earth."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mithrandir View Post
    How much did prior behavior influence the decision to issue the arrest warrant.

    Drew Brees wouldn't do the dumb shit OBJ does(did).
    What was his prior behavior? He was never arrested, nor did he ever have any off-field incidents I can recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    What was his prior behavior? He was never arrested, nor did he ever have any off-field incidents I can recall.
    Not saying that all, or any, of these are terrible. But he seems to be bizarre.

    https://www.espn.com/blog/new-york/g...js-shenanigans
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mithrandir View Post
    Not saying that all, or any, of these are terrible. But he seems to be bizarre.

    https://www.espn.com/blog/new-york/g...js-shenanigans
    Hes bizarre, sure, but most importantly only on the field. And none of these things listed are anything above a minor coaching nuisance.

    Getting an arrest warrant now likely being rescinded for butt slapping a cop after his alma maters title win seemed, uhhh, odd at best. Like I said, would Drew Brees have been subjected to this nonsense if he did the same? Id have to guess absolutely not. So why OBJ? One can only privately speculate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    This is just ridiculous. Would Drew Brees have been issued an arrest warrant if he did the same?
    Unless he slapped him hard enough to knock him down, the officer should really lighten up.

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    Beckham's legion of enablers are his worst enemies.

    he's a clown who is wasting his remarkable talents, yet nothing he does seems to dent the enthusiasm of those enablers.

    after 6 years, he is most famous for a highly superglove-enabled TD catch in a losing effort, flying to Miami with his bros the week of his only playoff appearance where he spit the bit, pretending to be a dog pissing on a fire hydrant in an end zone, and recently throwing cash at LSU players after their title win.

    but it's all good, because he doesn't have a criminal record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judge Jude View Post
    Beckham's legion of enablers are his worst enemies.

    he's a clown who is wasting his remarkable talents, yet nothing he does seems to dent the enthusiasm of those enablers.

    after 6 years, he is most famous for a highly superglove-enabled TD catch in a losing effort, flying to Miami with his bros the week of his only playoff appearance where he spit the bit, pretending to be a dog pissing on a fire hydrant in an end zone, and recently throwing cash at LSU players after their title win.

    but it's all good, because he doesn't have a criminal record.
    Actually, it's all good because he has five 1,000 yard seasons in his 6-year career to go with 48 TDs. He's also only 3rd All-Time with 86.8 receiving yards per game.

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