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    Re: Pacman suspended for '07, C. Henry 8 games.

    Jones says he will appeal suspension
    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/6682508?FSO2&ATT=MA

    ""I think it was a little bit harsh," Jones said. "I expected the suspension, but for a whole year for a guy that hadn't been charged with nothing? I really didn't agree with it. But for the most part, I'm taking it like a man. I'm going to appeal it. We'll see what the future brings."

    Any appeal would be heard and decided by Goodell."



    That should be interesting. Lets see his own team supports his suspension form the league. What is the point? He would be wise to just take his punishment, be quiet, keep out of trouble and, hopefully by game 10 when it sounds like a hearing for his reinstatement can be filed.

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    Re: Pacman suspended for '07, C. Henry 8 games.

    "grpape" wrote:
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    If it has to do with everything since the CBA was signed prior to last season, why does it matter what they did in the past? All that should matter is what they did from I guess it was around March of last year, and now.

    What has Henry done this year? Vomited out of Odell Thurman's car window(As far as I know, that is not a crime), and drove with a suspended license. Is that worthy of an 8 game suspension?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Henry

    Cincinnati media reported on May 4, 2006, that Henry is being investigated by Covington police in connection with a sex crime, which allegedly occurred in a hotel room in Covington, Kentucky early on April 30, 2006. No charges have yet been filed, and on May 24, 2006, Covington police reported that there is no proof anything happened and that the alleged victim might now face charges for filing a false police report.

    On June 3, 2006 Chris Henry was pulled over outside on Interstate 275 at 1:18 a.m by Ohio Highway Trooper Michael Shimko. At 2:06 a.m. Henry voluntarily submitted to a breathalyzer test at Milford Police Department and registered a .092 blood-alcohol level, .012 above the level permitted by Ohio law. [5]

    In the early morning of Monday September 25, 2006 Bengals linebacker Odell Thurman was pulled over for a DUI. The truck Thurman was driving belonged to Rookie Reggie McNeal, who was a passenger along with Chris Henry. Neither McNeal nor Chris Henry were charged with any wrongdoing by authorities, however, Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis benched Henry for the Bengals loss against the New England Patriots. On October 6, 2006 The NFL suspended Henry for two games for violating the league's personal conduct and substance abuse policies. NFL policies forbid Henry from taking part in practices, however, he was allowed to attend any team meetings. Henry missed the Bengals' Oct. 15 game at Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their Oct. 22 game against the Carolina Panthers. [6]

    On January 25, 2007, Henry pleaded guilty to charges of providing alcohol to minors, an incident that occurred at a hotel in the spring on 2006. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with all but two of those days being suspended. [7] On April 10, 2007, Henry was suspended for the first eight games of the 2007 NFL season for violations of the NFL's personal conduct policy. [8] His suspension comes with a stern warning that future misconduct may result in the end of his career with the NFL.
    How about Pacman? Accused of spitting on two occasions. And the whole thing from All-Star game weekend. All accusations, nothing has been proved. A full season?
    http://dailycelebsearch.com/?p=2966

    March 23, 2006- Charged with marijuana possession in Fayetteville, Georgia. He went on to claim that he knew how to beat the NFL’s drug test.

    August 25, 2006- Arrested for disorderly conduct and public intoxication after being ordered by the cops to leave a Murfreesboro night club several times. Jones claimed a woman stole his wallet. The woman claimed that Jones spat on her. The judge in the case gave Pacman six months probation and told him to stay away from the club.

    October 26, 2006- Jones was issued a citation for misdemeanor assault after a female student from Tennessee State University claimed that Jones spit in her face at a Nashville night club.

    Feburary 19, 2007- The facts are disputed and no charges have been made yet, but Jones was in the middle of a fight and shooting at a strip club in Las Vegas that left one man paralyzed and two more wounded. The fight broke out after Jones showered strippers on stage with $81,000 dollars. The club owner claims Jones was beating a strippers head against the bar while claiming to kill one of the club’s employees.
    Those are Henry and Jones brushes with the law since March of 2006.
    A lot more than spitting in the face, as you keep going on about.

    Conduct Detrimental to the League doesn't have anything to do with convictions.
    Both of these guys have had a prediliction to be involved in accusations, incidents and headlines.
    This reflects poorly upon the league, other players and the product of football.


    Joey Porter, leaped across a black jack table and punched Levi Jones in the face. Tell me who should be punished worse? Someone who punches a fellow player in the face, or supposedly spits on someone? Someone whose 6 friends decide to join in on a fight in a casino against one man, or someone who pukes out of a car window?

    If Joey Porter isn't punished more severely than Pacman there is something wrong.

    And don't try to tell me about their histories, Porter has quite a list of offenses himself, none of which he was ever punished for, he's been ejected for one game, and fined for violating uniform policies by wearing yellow gloves.
    Joey Porter hasn't had a hearing with the Commissioner yet, so you should just table that little rant until after he does.

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    Hey Mr. Anderson. Looks like your getting owned.
    ;D
    How exactly am I being owned? I forgot about the posession charge on Pacman(and he is certainly not the only player with a posession charge), and one thing with Henry, which was a False police report anyway.

    I still think their punishments are ridiculous.

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    Re: Pacman suspended for '07, C. Henry 8 games.

    Multiple offenses, and he feels he deserves less than a full year suspension?
    ???
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    He's in denial, and he hasn't learned anything from his talk with the Commish.
    Clueless!

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    Re: Pacman suspended for '07, C. Henry 8 games.

    "Purplexing" wrote:
    Multiple offenses, and he feels he deserves less than a full year suspension?

    ???

    :

    He's in denial, and he hasn't learned anything from his talk with the Commish.
    Clueless!

    Commissioner Goodell to Pacman: "Game Over!"


    Exactly I guess he feels that he has to kill someone to get suspended.

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    Re: Pacman suspended for '07, C. Henry 8 games.

    "Mr" wrote:
    "grpape" wrote:
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    "Mr" wrote:
    If it has to do with everything since the CBA was signed prior to last season, why does it matter what they did in the past? All that should matter is what they did from I guess it was around March of last year, and now.

    What has Henry done this year? Vomited out of Odell Thurman's car window(As far as I know, that is not a crime), and drove with a suspended license. Is that worthy of an 8 game suspension?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Henry

    Cincinnati media reported on May 4, 2006, that Henry is being investigated by Covington police in connection with a sex crime, which allegedly occurred in a hotel room in Covington, Kentucky early on April 30, 2006. No charges have yet been filed, and on May 24, 2006, Covington police reported that there is no proof anything happened and that the alleged victim might now face charges for filing a false police report.

    On June 3, 2006 Chris Henry was pulled over outside on Interstate 275 at 1:18 a.m by Ohio Highway Trooper Michael Shimko. At 2:06 a.m. Henry voluntarily submitted to a breathalyzer test at Milford Police Department and registered a .092 blood-alcohol level, .012 above the level permitted by Ohio law. [5]

    In the early morning of Monday September 25, 2006 Bengals linebacker Odell Thurman was pulled over for a DUI. The truck Thurman was driving belonged to Rookie Reggie McNeal, who was a passenger along with Chris Henry. Neither McNeal nor Chris Henry were charged with any wrongdoing by authorities, however, Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis benched Henry for the Bengals loss against the New England Patriots. On October 6, 2006 The NFL suspended Henry for two games for violating the league's personal conduct and substance abuse policies. NFL policies forbid Henry from taking part in practices, however, he was allowed to attend any team meetings. Henry missed the Bengals' Oct. 15 game at Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their Oct. 22 game against the Carolina Panthers. [6]

    On January 25, 2007, Henry pleaded guilty to charges of providing alcohol to minors, an incident that occurred at a hotel in the spring on 2006. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with all but two of those days being suspended. [7] On April 10, 2007, Henry was suspended for the first eight games of the 2007 NFL season for violations of the NFL's personal conduct policy. [8] His suspension comes with a stern warning that future misconduct may result in the end of his career with the NFL.
    How about Pacman? Accused of spitting on two occasions. And the whole thing from All-Star game weekend. All accusations, nothing has been proved. A full season?
    http://dailycelebsearch.com/?p=2966

    March 23, 2006- Charged with marijuana possession in Fayetteville, Georgia. He went on to claim that he knew how to beat the NFL’s drug test.

    August 25, 2006- Arrested for disorderly conduct and public intoxication after being ordered by the cops to leave a Murfreesboro night club several times. Jones claimed a woman stole his wallet. The woman claimed that Jones spat on her. The judge in the case gave Pacman six months probation and told him to stay away from the club.

    October 26, 2006- Jones was issued a citation for misdemeanor assault after a female student from Tennessee State University claimed that Jones spit in her face at a Nashville night club.

    Feburary 19, 2007- The facts are disputed and no charges have been made yet, but Jones was in the middle of a fight and shooting at a strip club in Las Vegas that left one man paralyzed and two more wounded. The fight broke out after Jones showered strippers on stage with $81,000 dollars. The club owner claims Jones was beating a strippers head against the bar while claiming to kill one of the club’s employees.
    Those are Henry and Jones brushes with the law since March of 2006.
    A lot more than spitting in the face, as you keep going on about.

    Conduct Detrimental to the League doesn't have anything to do with convictions.
    Both of these guys have had a prediliction to be involved in accusations, incidents and headlines.
    This reflects poorly upon the league, other players and the product of football.


    Joey Porter, leaped across a black jack table and punched Levi Jones in the face. Tell me who should be punished worse? Someone who punches a fellow player in the face, or supposedly spits on someone? Someone whose 6 friends decide to join in on a fight in a casino against one man, or someone who pukes out of a car window?

    If Joey Porter isn't punished more severely than Pacman there is something wrong.

    And don't try to tell me about their histories, Porter has quite a list of offenses himself, none of which he was ever punished for, he's been ejected for one game, and fined for violating uniform policies by wearing yellow gloves.
    Joey Porter hasn't had a hearing with the Commissioner yet, so you should just table that little rant until after he does.

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    Hey Mr. Anderson. Looks like your getting owned.

    ;D
    How exactly am I being owned? I forgot about the posession charge on Pacman(and he is certainly not the only player with a posession charge), and one thing with Henry, which was a False police report anyway.

    I still think their punishments are ridiculous.
    Just read the posts. One is way more thought out and put together with facts. I'm only stating the obvious as a third party. I like to have facts to back one's point or view.
    : ;D

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    Re: Pacman suspended for '07, C. Henry 8 games.

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    ...Exactly I guess he feels that he has to kill someone to get suspended.
    Isn't there a clause where it depends on who he kills?
    I thought I saw a chart somewhere that showed an inverse relationship between games suspended and degree of asshole killed.
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    Re: Pacman suspended for '07, C. Henry 8 games.

    "Prophet" wrote:
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    ...Exactly I guess he feels that he has to kill someone to get suspended.
    Isn't there a clause where it depends on who he kills?
    I thought I saw a chart somewhere that showed an inverse relationship between games suspended and degree of asshole killed.
    Every asshole is some momma's son.

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    Re: Pacman suspended for '07, C. Henry 8 games.

    Last Updated: 5:23 am | Tuesday, April 17, 2007

    [size=13pt]Henry gets driver's license back[/size]

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    Suspended Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry has a valid driver's license after paying a $30 state fee, according to Hamilton County Municipal Court officials.


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