Tell Jolly the Party’s Over

May 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

By Troy A. Sparks
Green Bay defensive end Johnny Jolly was at it again!
When he was told to stay away from drugs and alcohol by a judge, he was seen in Houston clubs partying.
The unsigned restricted free agent is facing felony drug possession charges for his arrest in July of 2008 of possession of more than 200 grams of codeine.
Of course, he said the drugs weren't his. 
That doesn't matter.  The drugs were in his car.
Jolly had another passenger in his car, and maybe it was the other guy's stuff.
The codeine was part of an ingredient to mix with cough syrup to make what they call "purple lean." 
Purple lean, or "sizzurup" originated in the south.  It's now available throughout the country in urban cities and is sold at some liquor stores.
Jolly was allowed to play for the Packers while his trial was delayed.
Sometimes, I wondered if he played under the influence of sizzurup d...

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