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Ryan Leaf: Threatens drug treatment staffer, goes to jail.

Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by M'Kevon, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. M'Kevon

    M'Kevon A Love Supreme

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    “The Montana Department of Corrections terminated Leaf from the treatment program and placed him in prison after he was found guilty of behavior that violated conditions of his drug treatment placement,” a Montana probation and parole administrator said in a statement. “The violations included threatening a program staff member.”

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...son-after-threatening-drug-treatment-staffer/

    All I can think of is that film of him going after a San Diego reporter his rookie year. Too bad, so sad, you totally deserve this.
  2. Lonestar94

    Lonestar94 Well-Known Member

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    Somewhere, Peyton Manning is smiling.
  3. Kangaroo

    Kangaroo Active Member

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    Dude will be dead before long

    What a bust so much talent with a 10cent head
  4. CaptainMorgan

    CaptainMorgan Well-Known Member

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  5. CowboyChris

    CowboyChris Well-Known Member

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    sad.... hate to hear stuff like that
  6. BlueStar3398

    BlueStar3398 Active Member

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    I didn't realize he was the #2 overall pick in the draft! :eek: That mugshot picture is scary! What a waste!
  7. jobberone

    jobberone Genetically engineered moderating Orangutan Staff Member

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    You just hate to see people slip so far. Here's hoping he gets clean in prison.
  8. Hoofbite

    Hoofbite Well-Known Member

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    Looks like he's already there.
  9. kristie

    kristie Well-Known Member

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    i know. if he hadn't been a you-know-what, he might have done better & not been one of the biggest busts in NFL history.
  10. Kangaroo

    Kangaroo Active Member

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    He has had issue with oxycontin which must likely started when he injured his wrist in the NFL.

    He was busted for breaking into one of the players apartment and stealing it and caught with more tablets here not long ago.
  11. Rogah

    Rogah Well-Known Member

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    Believe it or not, my friend, there was a time when the question "Should Indianapolis draft Manning or Leaf with their #1 pick?" inspired some genuine debate.
  12. Reverend Conehead

    Reverend Conehead Well-Known Member

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    Good to know he's matured since being the idiot he was in the NFL. *rolls eyes*
  13. IAmLegend

    IAmLegend Well-Known Member

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    This guy has completely fallen off. Kinda sad tbh.
  14. IAmLegend

    IAmLegend Well-Known Member

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    LOL at your sig
  15. JoeyBoy718

    JoeyBoy718 Well-Known Member

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    I know it isn't even being thought of because it rarely happens (that we know of), but I wonder if this should be an issue. Everybody is talking about how the nature of the NFL is causing players to play with concussions and eventually leading to serious problems, ala Seau.

    Anyway, I've unfortunately grown up around drug abuse, and I've seen injuries leading to dependency far too many times in my life. Of course no one I've known played in the NFL, but I've seen too many family members who've injured themselves at a blue-collar job (improper lifting) become hooked on the meds the doctor prescribed them.

    I know that Favre dealt with some addiction issues after going on pain killers. Of course he didn't slip the way Leaf did. He was more just a idiot for other reasons. But I'd be surprised if many NFL players haven't become addicted to narcotic pain pills.

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