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    Is there a maximum numbers of arrests the Bengals will tolerate before cutting a player loose?

    I guess all we know is that is at least four.
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    Re: Chris Henry in trouble (yet again)

    At this rate henry will at lead the league in something. :thumbdown

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    Bail bonds volume discount?
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    Bail bonds volume discount?
    Did somebody say bail bonds?

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    Hmmm... Fantasy Bail-bond question: Could "The Dog" catch a determined-to-remain-free Chris Henry? The man has got some good juke moves.
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    Re: Chris Henry in trouble (yet again)

    Quote Originally Posted by flyer85
    Is there a maximum numbers of arrests the Bengals will tolerate before cutting a player loose?

    I guess all we know is that is at least four.
    It looks like the hammer is about to fall. The rest of the team had better sit up and take notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macro
    It looks like the hammer is about to fall. The rest of the team had better sit up and take notice.

    http://www.thebrushback.com/bengals_full.htm

    Unfortunately the players' union would probably challenge his release at this point, as long as his legal matters (2 of the 3) are pending, and the fact he's recovering from an injury. So they pretty much have to wait until the right time to do so, without causing more distractions and problems. At least that is what I am led to believe. They missed their chance apparently, during the end of the season after his 1st offense, before he got hurt. The league will suspend him any ways.

    A satirical article like that may be funny, but it's hardly based on anything remotely accurate, the Bengals' hands' are tied. The problem, is the type of people Marvin is bringing in, not the tolerance level of the team once they're given a chance, I think.

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    Seems like the Bengals are replacing the Ravens (see Jamaal Lewis) on the police blotter this offseason.

    Seriously though, I laughed at Andy Furman two weeks ago when he said character shouldn't really matter when fielding a team. What the Bengals have is a cancer in Henry. The Bengals would be better with the addition by subtraction theory.
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    Re: Chris Henry in trouble (yet again)

    This criminal investigation isn't over either, so this particular case will definitely get more 'interesting'.
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    Well Bengal fans - it seems you're never alone.

    Our illustrious RB Reuben Droughns was arrested and released ($2500 bail) on assault charges involving his wife.

    It seems they got in a fight and she wanted out.

    Obviously, he must have misunderstood what she meant by out, because he allegedly threw her through (out) the front door!

    His lawyer says it's all a misunderstanding, and that being an NFL RB, he simply "fumbled" her through the front door, since wives are much harder to maintain possession of then a pigskin.

    She has since been trying to get the charges dropped.

    "The arrest report said the couple were arguing when he "grabbed [her] and threw her to the ground. She got up and Reuben grabbed her by the waist, carried her to the bed and threw her on the bed."

    That was when she told Droughns she wanted a divorce, the report said.

    "Droughns then carried her on his shoulders to the house's front door, where she flung her arms out in an attempt to avoid being thrown out, the document said. Droughns threw her outside, closed and locked the door, the report said."

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAC
    Well Bengal fans - it seems you're never alone.

    Our illustrious RB Reuben Droughns was arrested and released ($2500 bail) on assault charges involving his wife.

    It seems they got in a fight and she wanted out.

    Obviously, he must have misunderstood what she meant by out, because he allegedly threw her through (out) the front door!

    His lawyer says it's all a misunderstanding, and that being an NFL RB, he simply "fumbled" her through the front door, since wives are much harder to maintain possession of then a pigskin.

    She has since been trying to get the charges dropped.

    "The arrest report said the couple were arguing when he "grabbed [her] and threw her to the ground. She got up and Reuben grabbed her by the waist, carried her to the bed and threw her on the bed."

    That was when she told Droughns she wanted a divorce, the report said.

    "Droughns then carried her on his shoulders to the house's front door, where she flung her arms out in an attempt to avoid being thrown out, the document said. Droughns threw her outside, closed and locked the door, the report said."

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2459285

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    Re: Chris Henry in trouble (yet again)

    Quote Originally Posted by flyer85
    Is there a maximum numbers of arrests the Bengals will tolerate before cutting a player loose?

    I guess all we know is that is at least four.
    NFL teams are not allowed to release a player for any reason other than performance. My guess is they are waiting until some more practices are held, and then they will release him with no comment like the Cowboys did with Quincey Carter a few years ago when they suspected he was using cocaine. Henry will file and grievance and lose.
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    Should this be a sticky?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aceking
    NFL teams are not allowed to release a player for any reason other than performance.
    I wish I had that kind of job security.

    I liked Chris Henry, but I think it is time to send him packing. Oh yeah, I'm not a Bengal fan.
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    Re: Chris Henry in trouble (yet again)

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan
    I liked Chris Henry, but I think it is time to send him packing.
    Wasn't he already charged for packing?
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