Re: Time For Brady to Get Off The Stage or He's Going Out on a Stretcher!
posted at 1/22/2013 11:33 AM EST
In response to pumpsie-green's comment:
In response to mef429's comment:
im extremely happy the Pats lost got poo'd on.
looking forward to the Harbowl. Big ray lewis fan and i'm excited he has the chance to retire on top
Welker's wife had some interesting comments about Ray Lewis. Apparently he plea bargained out of a murder charge, has had six kids by four different wives, and bought some family off who was threatening public disgrace...all according to Welker's wife. I do remember some of that. Great football player; probably not a very good human being.
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four different woman, but none were his wives.
Lewis is a Christian, and his commitment to his faith was featured in a Sports Illustrated cover story in 2006. He has six children by four women.
Very Christian of him
Following a Super Bowl XXXIV party in Atlanta on January 31, 2000, a fight broke out between Lewis and his companions and another group of people, resulting in the stabbing deaths of Jacinth Baker and Richard Lollar. Lewis and two companions, Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting, were questioned by Atlanta police, and 11 days later the three men were indicted on murder and aggravated-assault charges. The white suit Lewis was wearing the night of the killings has never been found. Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard alleged the blood-stained suit was dumped in a garbage bin outside a fast food restaurant.
Lewis' attorneys, Don Samuel and Ed Garland, of the Atlanta law firm Garland, Samuel & Loeb, negotiated a plea agreement with Howard, where the murder charges against Lewis were dismissed in exchange for his testimony against Oakley and Sweeting, and his guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice. Lewis admitted he gave a misleading statement to police on the morning after the killings. Superior Court Judge Alice D. Bonner sentenced Lewis to 12 months' probation, the maximum sentence for a first-time offender, and he was fined $250,000 by the NFL, which was believed to be the highest fine levied against an NFL player for an infraction not involving substance abuse. Under the terms of the sentence, Lewis could not use drugs or alcohol during the duration of the probation.