Sunday, June 21, 2009

Stallworth's situation teaches something to other players

Browns WR Donte' Stallworth is serving a 30-day jail sentence for DUI manslaughter at the moment, and he will be under two years house arrest and eight years probation. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has suspended Stallworth indefinitely without pay. Further action depends on a meeting between the two after Stallworth's release.

A lesson for all NFL players. They win or they lose, they leave or come back, and they ask for higher pay. These are all right. But they should keep in mind that what influence they should give to the public. Not drug addiction, not money worship, not crazy life, they are famous and they need to do things that inspire positive attitude. And they will have to pay for wrong deeds.

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