this would be a great commercial for cadillac! safe enough to survive a 30 foot plunge off a cliff!
sonofboh, outstanding!! LOL
Can you say Ow?
Calm down he coulda fell asleep at the wheel. he was in jail all night and had to drive home late with no sleep. i'm not saying that happened but it could have easily happened.
i hope he gets what he deserves for hitting or abusing a woman tho.
Maybe he was chasing Tyla Tequila...
the hit on his oldlady was his first big hit of the year. he flashed back. it was game day. lets bring him in add see if he can channel through ray ray.
I read it was just minor injuries....nothing critical
Wasn't there some story about his brother getting in legal trouble and getting jail time, Only to have jumior go on to play in the NFL? This was before he ever played btw. Some local san diegans told me this. Crazy news.
Any man that has to beat on a woman to prove how tough they are deserves to go over a cliff.
There is mounting evidence that people who suffer multiple head injuries, such as boxers and football players, develop mental illness, dementia, etc, that leads them down this path of destruction. The test on the brain to prove this can only, currently, be done after death.
So he may have this, may not. But you callous people making lite of this situation, I hope never have to face a family member or friend with mental illness. Real men don't make fun of others.....
You enjoy Ray, Reed, etc now, watch them later in life whither into nothing and destroy a great life all to please you and yes, to make money. There is a former old Colt who suffers from this, I am sure many of you older fans know him, the younger ones, who are mostly making fun, likely don't.....
Look at the suicides of Andre Waters and Terry Long, the deaths of Mike Webster and Justin Strelczyk. It is widely believed that brain damage from football played a major role in the depression and destructive behaviors that led to each of their fates.
This is a SERIOUS issue folks.
Heart-wrenching to hear Momma Seau.
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