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Old 12-09-2006, 09:31 AM   #1
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Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Deltha O'Neal was charged with driving while intoxicated early Saturday morning after being stopped at a traffic checkpoint, the State Highway Patrol said.

O'Neal had a blood-alcohol level of 0.10, above Ohio's legal limit of 0.08, Sergeant Kevin Long said.

O'Neal, a seven-year veteran, is the eighth Bengals player arrested this year on various charges. Rookie receiver Reggie McNeal was charged with resisting arrest earlier this week outside a Houston nightclub.
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Old 12-09-2006, 09:34 AM   #2
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More Bengals problems. Look like 30 Players are out the door when the offseason comes. LOL
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Old 12-09-2006, 09:39 AM   #3
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More Bengals problems. Look like 30 Players are out the door when the offseason comes. LOL
Seems to be having a knock-on effect even with the vets - even if Marvin Lewis is a good coach he appears to have lost all control of his players discipline.

Willingly drafting players who have such obvious character flaws is a flat out bad idea.

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Default Re: Bengals CB arrested for DUI

Think of all the trouble that organization would prevent if they just ponied up for chauffuers for all their players.
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Think of all the trouble that organization would prevent if they just ponied up for chauffuers for all their players.

Good point. Though with all the money the players make you'd think they would take more care in protecting the lifestyle they have.
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Seems to be having a knock-on effect even with the vets - even if Marvin Lewis is a good coach he appears to have lost all control of his players discipline.

Willingly drafting players who have such obvious character flaws is a flat out bad idea.

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Not to mention signing them off of the FA wire.
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Along with resisiting arrest, McNeal is also being brought up on drug charges. He had a cigarette that contained an antihistamine that is sometimes used as a sedative.

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/06343/744817-66.stm

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The entire Bengals roster is becoming a complete and total joke... IF indeed I were a bung-holes fan i would be so embarrassed to even think about cheering for that shit hole team EVER!!! Its just stupid that these guys that make MILLIONS of dollars cant keep themselves out of trouble... Thus being yet ANOTHER reason im glad im a fan of the greatest team in the NFL!!!
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When Marvin Lewis first came to Cincy he talked about how character and integrity were going to be top priorities for his team. Then they proceeded to draft the thugs that they did. I guess he failed to mention the prefix of "a lack of" in his statements and add "as long as we can get some W's" after. The attitude seems to be flowing thru the veterans as well.
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When Marvin Lewis first came to Cincy he talked about how character and integrity were going to be top priorities for his team. Then they proceeded to draft the thugs that they did. I guess he failed to mention the prefix of "a lack of" in his statements and add "as long as we can get some W's" after. The attitude seems to be flowing thru the veterans as well.
I guess his priorities are out of line.
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