Roger Goodell Suspends Johnny Jolly For Entire 2010 Season

July 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Steelers' quarterback Ben Roethlesberger most likely sexually assaulted a girl, and was not convicted. His punishment? A minimum of four games.
Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson had a DUI for certain and was suspended for three games.
Defensive rookie of the year Brian Cushing wasn't even deprived of his title, and was suspended for four games, for abusing the NFL's PED's policy.
Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly, whose trial hasn't even started yet, is officially suspended for the entire season for violating the NFL's drug policy. He was charged for codeine possession.
Am I the only one who just saw what happened here?
Roger Goodell has been unable to make a prime example of anyone he has suspended so far.
They're not just athletes, they're superstars. They make the NFL money and increase ticket sales.
Johnny Jolly is not nearly hyped about as the others who have been suspended. He is the perfect scapegoat for for Ro...

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