04
Apr
08

The Wright Stuff is Dank


Call me old-fashioned, but if you’re an NFL defensive back, you shouldn’t be able to be caught by the police in a foot chase. Reserve backup Kenny Wright of the Cleveland Browns ended up being charged with unlawful restraint, evading arrest and possession of marijuana after causing a disturbance in a parking lot.

Now, I can understand the resisting arrest charge, I mean, you run away from the cops and that’s an easy charge, but based on that picture, I simply refuse to believe that this man had anything to do with marijuana. I mean, look at him, he’s clearly just a little tired is all. It doesn’t look at all like he smoked an ounce of hydro to his face while wearing a gas mask. This is clearly the face of a man who is NOT blazed. I would stake my entire legal career on it.

I’d suggest that opposing receivers would get on him about this next season, but, considering his stats last year, and all 6 tackles he made for the season, plus the fact that the Houston police were able to catch him on foot, he might never have that chance.


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