Quick kickoff -- Career and Workplace...

Quick kickoff -- Career and Workplace, National Football League...

There are 7 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Apr 4, 2008, titled Quick kickoff -- Career and Workplace, National Football League.... In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

For former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry, judgment came swiftly after he was charged with assault and criminal damaging after allegedly throwing a bottle and smashing the window of a car ...

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wingmd

AOL

#1 Apr 4, 2008
The best thing would no team gives this jerk Henry another chance enough is enough but teams like the Cowboys & the Raiders will, rember our children reads the papers.
ech

Gwynn Oak, MD

#2 Apr 4, 2008
i wont go so far as to keep him out of the league but definitly a full year or 2 years suspension. players cant continue to miss that kind of time out of the game not to mention the money loss. it should be reminded daily to these guys that playing in the N F L is a privledge.
Christine

Lexington, SC

#3 Apr 4, 2008
This guy can catch but he must not be very bright. to throw away a career making millions playing football??
Conservative

New Freedom, PA

#4 Apr 4, 2008
ech wrote:
i wont go so far as to keep him out of the league but definitly a full year or 2 years suspension. players cant continue to miss that kind of time out of the game not to mention the money loss. it should be reminded daily to these guys that playing in the N F L is a privledge.
Why not keep him out of the league. He was arrested FIVE times for god sake! He's a piece of trash thug! I hope Goodell has the stones to keep him out.

Since: Apr 07

Parkville

#5 Apr 5, 2008
They can keep Pacman Jones out why not Chris Henry too? I agree the Nfl is a privelidge to making millions. If you get caught doing the wrong thing then you lose that privelidge. The Raiders and Cowboys must see diffeent than the other teams as they never stop signing these guys. Rumor has that the Cowboys are ready to trade for Pacman. That's proof enough.
Waspman

Towson, MD

#6 Apr 5, 2008
Conservative wrote:
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He was arrested FIVE times
And yet, Bill Ordine says the Bengals acted swiftly. If Paul Tagliabue were still "in charge," one wonders if the Bengals would have made such a move. I doubt it. Tags would wait to see what justice system would do and the Bengals would have backed him as they always did in the past. Since Henry is likely to get suspended anyway, why not cut him prior to the draft?

I for one will not be getting blisters applauding this move -- just a sigh saying, "finally," will suffice.
mark_p

Austin, TX

#7 Apr 10, 2008
Is there a possibility that the ravens locker room could control someone like henry and make use of his size and talents.

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