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Posted: 8/20/2014 8:28 PM

Le'veon Bell and LeGarret Blount arrested. 


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Posted: 8/20/2014 9:50 PM

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Wednesday in the NFL is two for one dayrolleyes
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Posted: 8/20/2014 10:17 PM

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The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
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Posted: 8/21/2014 12:24 AM

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you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin

Last edited 8/21/2014 1:13 AM by SBsteelerfan

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Posted: 8/21/2014 6:15 AM

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SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
the worst part, 1:30 in the afternoon??? are they that dumb.

"Got a cover of Sports Illustrated..it says the Titans are the best team in football...maybe they are...but not today" Brian Billick

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Posted: 8/21/2014 6:37 AM

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no the worst part was it was 130pm and they were on their way to catch the team plane for Philly... Morons


 

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Posted: 8/21/2014 6:38 AM

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however with it being a weed dui and this being both 1st time offenses I see blount getting nothing. Bell 1 game for driving and possession


 

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Posted: 8/21/2014 6:43 AM

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I expect the righteous stealers to cut these players, today !!


oh wait, they don't always practice what they preach, now do they  ..  Nevermind..
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Posted: 8/21/2014 6:46 AM

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If they test dirty, they will be put in the substance abuse program....pot doesn't usually get a suspension the 1st time but keep.doing it and you will get suspended. Now as said, the arrest is a different matter.

 Don't argue with an idiot;  people watching may not be able to tell the difference. 

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Posted: 8/21/2014 7:07 AM

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wayupnorth wrote: If they test dirty, they will be put in the substance abuse program....pot doesn't usually get a suspension the 1st time but keep.doing it and you will get suspended. Now as said, the arrest is a different matter.
Two stealer players locked up,  in piggsberg. 

What are the odds those charges are dropped in the near future..
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Posted: 8/21/2014 7:23 AM

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my guess the female in the car will receive a large check today (from 2 unknown sources) and will say the 20 grams was hers. just a gut feeling. either way Blount gets a fine and Bell gets 1 game for driving high


 

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Posted: 8/21/2014 8:04 AM

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...and in other developing news, the arresting officer's body was found floating down the Allegheny River....

-Pill

 

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Posted: 8/21/2014 8:13 AM

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yah pretty retarded to do the whole wake and bake thing.  that being said ill never understand why weed is illegal when alcohol and cigarettes are not.  the latter 2 are far more dangerous.    im almost 40 now and have never smoked weed, however,  it is proven to be medicinal.  our society needs to get over the "reefer madness"  stigma and just accept it.  i personally dont know of a case where marijuana has directly killed anyone.  dont anticipate either one to be suspended by NFL.  even if they did decide to suspend for a game, it probably wont happen till next yr.  took them 6 months to punish rice,  and still no punishment for isray.
twazl634 wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
the worst part, 1:30 in the afternoon??? are they that dumb.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 8:13 AM

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Weed causes lower IQs (6 to 10 points) in habitual users and also impairs an individual's ability to drive - which leads to more accidents. That's the counter to the legalization argument.

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Posted: 8/21/2014 8:26 AM

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once again alcohol/weed is far far more lethal.  i know thats the rational against legalization.  ive personally never encountered that.  plenty of my friends/band mates when i was younger smoked and not once did it impair their driving ability.  alcohol on the other hand,  i know several people that have died/and or killed other people while under influence of alcohol.  im sure it will take a few yrs to come to fruition, but i truly believe marijuana will be legalized nationwide eventually.  especially with the success colorado has had.
thanksart wrote:

Weed causes lower IQs (6 to 10 points) in habitual users and also impairs an individual's ability to drive - which leads to more accidents. That's the counter to the legalization argument.

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Posted: 8/21/2014 8:34 AM

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twazl634 wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont 
the worst part, 1:30 in the afternoon??? are they that dumb.
Sadly, yes they are that dumb.  They really, really let the team down.  Your top two RB's can't do this.  I don't care what your stance is on marijuana, the league has a problem with it so you just don't do it during the season.  

As a Steelers fan I'm not a Tomlin fan, but I really do hope he makes an example of these two.  You can't tolerate this kind of nonsense.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 8:37 AM

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ravmaniac wrote: I expect the righteous stealers to cut these players, today !!


oh wait, they don't always practice what they preach, now do they  ..  Nevermind..
They won't cut them because they don't deserve to be cut.  The Steelers aren't perfect just like every other team in the league.  Players get in trouble all the time and the answer isn't always to cut them.  Suspend them?  Absolutely.  I'd have no problem if Tomlin suspends them both for two games, but cutting them is insane.  If this were two Ravens players, I doubt you'd be calling for their heads.  A matter of fact, I think a few Ravens players have gotten in trouble recently, if I go to those threads, will I see you calling for their heads?
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Posted: 8/21/2014 8:51 AM

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i doubt tomlin would be the one to suspend,  it would be the rooneys who would do it.  dont think they will internally suspend them for first time offenders, but you never know.  it is utterly idiotic to pull this right before the season though, regardless of the legality. if i were a betting man i would say this all blows over and nothing becomes of it.   i  personally would fine them both, possibly even suspend them for a game (just to send them a message)  i wonder if they are going to try and limit them hanging out though.  ive heard they have been nearly inseperable.  stupid to say(cause these are grown men), i do really wonder if blount is having a bad influence on bell.
jrd231psu wrote:
twazl634 wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont 
the worst part, 1:30 in the afternoon??? are they that dumb.
Sadly, yes they are that dumb.  They really, really let the team down.  Your top two RB's can't do this.  I don't care what your stance is on marijuana, the league has a problem with it so you just don't do it during the season.  

As a Steelers fan I'm not a Tomlin fan, but I really do hope he makes an example of these two.  You can't tolerate this kind of nonsense.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 8:58 AM

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SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
I guess we don't have very good statistics on this, but it seems whether you are impared by alcohol or by weed, it still leads to impared driving.  I don't personally smoke the stuff, so I don't know, but isn't the whole idea of the stuff to mellow you out and take all your cares away?  Wouldn't that impact your decision making behind the wheel?

To me, the driving while smoking is the biggest concern here.  I would imagine as more and more states legalize it, they will take closer looks at how it affects driving and come up with legal limits for driving, just like alcohol.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 9:03 AM

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rantnrav wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
I guess we don't have very good statistics on this, but it seems whether you are impared by alcohol or by weed, it still leads to impared driving.  I don't personally smoke the stuff, so I don't know, but isn't the whole idea of the stuff to mellow you out and take all your cares away?  Wouldn't that impact your decision making behind the wheel?

To me, the driving while smoking is the biggest concern here.  I would imagine as more and more states legalize it, they will take closer looks at how it affects driving and come up with legal limits for driving, just like alcohol.
Marijuana doesn't impair you like alcohol does.  I'm not advocating that you should drive while under the influence of either, but as somebody who has drank alcohol and also smoked the stuff, it's very, very different.  How often do you turn on your TV and see a news story where somebody killed a family of four because they smoked weed and drove their car?  How often do you hear about drunk driving accidents?  You pretty much never hear of the former, and you always hear of the latter.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 9:04 AM

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The Police report says a motorcycle cop smelled the pot smoke coming from the car and pulled it over. All three said the Marianna was theirs. .




BTW pot is not harmless. It destroys brain function and reaserch is showing a high risk of cancer, more than cigarette's.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 9:18 AM

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My last post on this topic but according to NIH:

Attentiveness, vigilance, perception of time and speed, and use of acquired knowledge are all affected by marijuana;1821 in fact, a meta-analysis of 60 studies concluded that marijuana causes impairment in every performance area that can reasonably be connected with safe driving of a vehicle, such as tracking, motor coordination, visual functions, and particularly complex tasks that require divided attention
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Posted: 8/21/2014 9:20 AM

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there are so many more things that impair driving more, yet they dont make them misdemeanors.  driving while talking on the phone/texting,  listening to music loud, driving while eating,  driving while putting on make up.  etc     hell i just read some woman in florida rear ended someone because she was shaving her pu**y while driving.    lol
rantnrav wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
I guess we don't have very good statistics on this, but it seems whether you are impared by alcohol or by weed, it still leads to impared driving.  I don't personally smoke the stuff, so I don't know, but isn't the whole idea of the stuff to mellow you out and take all your cares away?  Wouldn't that impact your decision making behind the wheel?

To me, the driving while smoking is the biggest concern here.  I would imagine as more and more states legalize it, they will take closer looks at how it affects driving and come up with legal limits for driving, just like alcohol.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 9:25 AM

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thanksart wrote:

Weed causes lower IQs (6 to 10 points) in habitual users and also impairs an individual's ability to drive - which leads to more accidents. That's the counter to the legalization argument.

Yeah, but consider the legality of alcohol, cigarettes, and prescription meds which certainly get abused, and tell me it makes sense for it to be illegal.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 9:25 AM

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i didnt say it was harmless,  i just said cigarettes and alcohol are far more dangerous.  hell i bet eating mcdonalds everyday is more harmful than smoking marijuana.   btw i havent read anything that states marijuana is a higher risk than tobacco.  this study says that light to moderate use had no increase in lung cancer.  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/20/marijuana-lung-cancer_n_3474960.html 
ravmaniac wrote: The Police report says a motorcycle cop smelled the pot smoke coming from the car and pulled it over. All three said the Marianna was theirs. .




BTW pot is not harmless. It destroys brain function and reaserch is showing a high risk of cancer, more than cigarette's.

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Posted: 8/21/2014 9:41 AM

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thanksart wrote:

Weed causes lower IQs (6 to 10 points) in habitual users and also impairs an individual's ability to drive - which leads to more accidents. That's the counter to the legalization argument.

that 6-10 points could be an issue......I seriously doubt that bell and Blount's starting baseline i.q. was "sooper genius level".........



/sorry...I couldn`t pass up an opportunity to drop a log in the steelers` punchbowl....

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Posted: 8/21/2014 9:45 AM

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SBsteelerfan wrote: there are so many more things that impair driving more, yet they dont make them misdemeanors.  driving while talking on the phone/texting,  listening to music loud, driving while eating,  driving while putting on make up.  etc     hell i just read some woman in florida rear ended someone because she was shaving her pu**y while driving.    lol
rantnrav wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
I guess we don't have very good statistics on this, but it seems whether you are impared by alcohol or by weed, it still leads to impared driving.  I don't personally smoke the stuff, so I don't know, but isn't the whole idea of the stuff to mellow you out and take all your cares away?  Wouldn't that impact your decision making behind the wheel?

To me, the driving while smoking is the biggest concern here.  I would imagine as more and more states legalize it, they will take closer looks at how it affects driving and come up with legal limits for driving, just like alcohol.
What happened to the holier than thou attitude you had on here a few weeks ago?

I expect you to be calling for the suspensions of both of these players by Rooney himself.


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Posted: 8/21/2014 10:03 AM

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beating your wife and smoking weed are not in the same league.  aint no ballpark neither(insert  samuel jackson here).  look its really stupid on their part and  i said i would fine them and possibly even suspend them a game to send them a message.(even though i think its retarded for weed to be illegal)  it is was it is.  until the moral agenda against weed has eroded and it is legalized, you have to obey the law.   its embarrassing that these players cant lay off of it though, especially when they have so much to lose.  i doubt they will get suspended internally or by the league.
DeltaRaven wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: there are so many more things that impair driving more, yet they dont make them misdemeanors.  driving while talking on the phone/texting,  listening to music loud, driving while eating,  driving while putting on make up.  etc     hell i just read some woman in florida rear ended someone because she was shaving her pu**y while driving.    lol
rantnrav wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
I guess we don't have very good statistics on this, but it seems whether you are impared by alcohol or by weed, it still leads to impared driving.  I don't personally smoke the stuff, so I don't know, but isn't the whole idea of the stuff to mellow you out and take all your cares away?  Wouldn't that impact your decision making behind the wheel?

To me, the driving while smoking is the biggest concern here.  I would imagine as more and more states legalize it, they will take closer looks at how it affects driving and come up with legal limits for driving, just like alcohol.
What happened to the holier than thou attitude you had on here a few weeks ago?

I expect you to be calling for the suspensions of both of these players by Rooney himself.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 10:20 AM

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SBsteelerfan wrote: beating your wife and smoking weed are not in the same league.  aint no ballpark neither(insert  samuel jackson here).  look its really stupid on their part and  i said i would fine them and possibly even suspend them a game to send them a message.(even though i think its retarded for weed to be illegal)  it is was it is.  until the moral agenda against weed has eroded and it is legalized, you have to obey the law.   its embarrassing that these players cant lay off of it though, especially when they have so much to lose.  i doubt they will get suspended internally or by the league.
DeltaRaven wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: there are so many more things that impair driving more, yet they dont make them misdemeanors.  driving while talking on the phone/texting,  listening to music loud, driving while eating,  driving while putting on make up.  etc     hell i just read some woman in florida rear ended someone because she was shaving her pu**y while driving.    lol
rantnrav wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
I guess we don't have very good statistics on this, but it seems whether you are impared by alcohol or by weed, it still leads to impared driving.  I don't personally smoke the stuff, so I don't know, but isn't the whole idea of the stuff to mellow you out and take all your cares away?  Wouldn't that impact your decision making behind the wheel?

To me, the driving while smoking is the biggest concern here.  I would imagine as more and more states legalize it, they will take closer looks at how it affects driving and come up with legal limits for driving, just like alcohol.
What happened to the holier than thou attitude you had on here a few weeks ago?

I expect you to be calling for the suspensions of both of these players by Rooney himself.
News flash. If weed were legal, the driver would still be getting arrested. 

But, as expected, you're minimizing this while carrying on dialogue with yourself for 10 pages on the Ray Rice situation.


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Posted: 8/21/2014 10:23 AM

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that makes absolutely no sense.  if weed were legal, why would he have gotten arrested?  
DeltaRaven wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: beating your wife and smoking weed are not in the same league.  aint no ballpark neither(insert  samuel jackson here).  look its really stupid on their part and  i said i would fine them and possibly even suspend them a game to send them a message.(even though i think its retarded for weed to be illegal)  it is was it is.  until the moral agenda against weed has eroded and it is legalized, you have to obey the law.   its embarrassing that these players cant lay off of it though, especially when they have so much to lose.  i doubt they will get suspended internally or by the league.
DeltaRaven wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: there are so many more things that impair driving more, yet they dont make them misdemeanors.  driving while talking on the phone/texting,  listening to music loud, driving while eating,  driving while putting on make up.  etc     hell i just read some woman in florida rear ended someone because she was shaving her pu**y while driving.    lol
rantnrav wrote:
SBsteelerfan wrote: you are probably right.  dui is concerning though.  i dont understand these players, why do something so stupid? weed shouldnt be illegal, but you have to live by the rules.  bell didnt have these issues last yr, concerned blount might be bad influence on him. ......just read more about it.   looks like dui was for pot, not alcohol.  not too concerned now.  really why is weed illegal anyways?  doubt anything will come of this now.
drjohnnyfeva wrote: The first 20 comments are hysterical.  "All western PA has is ragweed." lmao. 

Sadly it'll take the NFL until week 7 of 2015 to render a verdict.biggrin
I guess we don't have very good statistics on this, but it seems whether you are impared by alcohol or by weed, it still leads to impared driving.  I don't personally smoke the stuff, so I don't know, but isn't the whole idea of the stuff to mellow you out and take all your cares away?  Wouldn't that impact your decision making behind the wheel?

To me, the driving while smoking is the biggest concern here.  I would imagine as more and more states legalize it, they will take closer looks at how it affects driving and come up with legal limits for driving, just like alcohol.
What happened to the holier than thou attitude you had on here a few weeks ago?

I expect you to be calling for the suspensions of both of these players by Rooney himself.
News flash. If weed were legal, the driver would still be getting arrested. 

But, as expected, you're minimizing this while carrying on dialogue with yourself for 10 pages on the Ray Rice situation.
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