Athletes

In the beginning of March 2015 Green Bay Packers corner-back Jarrett Bush was arrested for public intoxication in northern California. Fortunately for him in the end he won't be charged. And if someone can help us out here, is this possibly some fancy move out of a football playbook?

This past February 2015, Indianapolis Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw entered a plea of not guilty to a drug possession charge stemming from a traffic violation in Ohio. This usually calls for some sort of "up in smoke" joke. Hey, that rhymes!

NFL Safety for the Philadelphia Eagles, Nate Allen, was arrested on February 16, 2015. He was released shortly after. However, it was later learned what the accusations against him were: performing a lewd act and exposing himself to a 16-year-old girl while stopped at a red light. As bad as it might sound, let's just be glad he wasn't texting while driving!

On February 3, 2015 Dallas Cowboys Running Back Joseph Randle was arrested at a Wichita Kansas Hotel. We should add "again" as this was the second time in less than four months, this time for unlawful possession of marijuana. Was he listening to Brittany Spears, "Oops I did it again" when the police arrived at the hotel? Just askin'.

In January 2015, Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson was arrested in Denver and charged with DUI. Lawson was stopped late at night when he was caught travelling 61 mph in a 35 mph zone -- like a boss! ... or really just some drunk basketball player.

In Feburary of 2015, Baltimore Ravens nose tackle (well, former that is) Terrence Cody was indicted for animal abuse. The alleged abuse involved a dog and an alligator (wait, is he from Florida?) Yes folks, a dog and an alligator. We thought it was safe to say that we've seen just about everything here at Into Rehab, but, boy were we wrong!