One of Marvin's stupidest draft picks. Really hard to understand Frostee and A.J. at 4 and 5 last year.
We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.
Well, wasn't he supposed to be a 1st rounder but due to his stupidity and ChrisHenryness he fell to the 4th or 5th?
Now the woman he hit says he didn't hit her. The soap opera that is Bengals football continues.
The woman who claimed Bengals linebacker A.J. Nicholson assaulted her told reporters at his arraignment Monday that Nicholson never hit her.
"I'm embarrassed to tell you that I was extremely emotional when I contacted police and that caused me to exaggerate what had taken place between A.J. and myself," Victoria Johnson said, according to WLWT-TV in Cincinnati.
Johnson said she was trying to grab a cell phone away from Nicholson and accidently struck herself below her eye.
Nicholson was arrested on a domestic violence charge Friday, the first arrest of a Cincinnati Bengals' player since commissioner Roger Goodell cracked down on misconduct last month.
He pleaded not guilty during a court appearance on Monday.
Nicholson already was one of nine Bengals players arrested during a nine-month span, turning the team into a prime example of player misconduct. The team had gone four months without having a player arrested.
Police in nearby Taylor Mill, Ky., arrested Nicholson after a Johnson called 911 on Friday afternoon to say she had been assaulted by the second-year player. He was charged with fourth-degree assault, a misdemeanor.
Goodell introduced a new conduct policy last month that stiffens penalties and holds franchises responsible when their players get into trouble.
Nicholson, a fifth-round draft pick from Florida State in 2006, appeared in only two games last season, when he had a hamstring injury.
Last March, Nicholson pleaded no contest to burglary and grand theft in Tallahassee, Fla., and was sentenced to two months in a work program. He had been charged with stealing electronic equipment and other items from the apartment of a former Florida State teammate.
Nicholson was also placed on two years' probation, which could be jeopardized by his latest arrest.
Taylor Mill police chief Steve Knauf said a woman called police to Nicholson's apartment at 3:10 p.m. on Friday, saying she had been hit in the face. The officer who responded saw that the woman had an injury by her eye.
Nicholson wasn't at the apartment, but later showed up at the police station and was arrested, Knauf said. He faces up to 12 months in jail and a $500 fine if convicted.
He was jailed in the Kenton County (Ky.) Detention Center following his arrest and released late Friday on $5,000 bond, jail personnel said.
Bengals spokesman Jack Brennan said the team had no immediate comment because it was still gathering information on the arrest.
Nicholson was suspended for Florida State's appearance in the 2006 Orange Bowl after he violated team policy by taking a woman to the team's hotel in Miami.
A month after the Bengals drafted him, he faced the criminal charges in Florida. He and another Florida State player, Fred Rouse, were accused of breaking into the apartment of former teammate Lorenzo Booker and stealing items.
So, is the Next Bengal Arrested Game still open?
Or does the person that had Chris Henry now win if charges are dismissed?
Does the winner still get rep points?
'When I'm not longer rapping, I want to open up an ice cream parlor and call myself Scoop Dogg.'
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Bengals released Nicholson today:
Bengals release Nicholson
By GEOFF HOBSON
May 21, 2007
Updated: 3:05 p.m.
A few hours after A.J. Nicholson pleaded not guilty to a domestic violence charge Monday, the Bengals released the second-year linebacker.
Although the mother of his two-year-old child recanted her statement from Friday that Nicholson hit her, Kenton District Court Judge Douglas Grothaus chose not to drop the case and set a pretrial hearing for May 31, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer.
Also Monday the Bengals said that Chris Henry is in compliance with his legal matters and that Monday’s reports about the embattled wide receiver failing a court drug test “may not be based on complete information.”
Nicholson, 23, was arrested Friday for the second time since the Bengals drafted him in the fifth round 13 months ago when Victoria Johnson said Nicholson hit her in the face.
The Associated Press reported after a police officer saw that the woman had an injury around her eye, Nicholson later showed up at the police station and was arrested.
Two months ago Nicholson pleaded no contest to burglary and grand theft after being charged with stealing electronic equipment and other items from the apartment of a former Florida State teammate last May.
Under the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement with the NFL Players Association, teams can only release players for lack of talent.
Even before Friday it’s believed Nicholson would have had a difficult time making the roster.
With the Bengals expected to keep seven linebackers, he was believed to be behind the group of starters, Ahmad Brooks, Ed Hartwell and Rashad Jeanty, as well as Landon Johnson, Caleb Miller, Andre Frazier and Eric Henderson. The Bengals may also need to make room for Odell Thurman because he’s expected to be reinstated from a year-suspension in time for training camp.
Also, undrafted rookie Earl Everett out of Florida is expected to compete for a roster spot. He could be back for next week’s voluntary workouts as he recovers from arthroscopic ankle surgery.
And, Nicholson played in only two games last year.
It's too bad Marvin didn't realize Nicholson's "lack of talent" before wasting a draft pick on the loser.Under the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement with the NFL Players Association, teams can only release players for lack of talent.
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