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Dolphins | R. Williams fails fourth drug test

Sun, 19 Feb 2006 18:42:06 -0800

Jason Cole, of the Miami Herald, reports Miami Dolphins RB Ricky Williams has failed a fourth drug test and faces a one-year suspension from the NFL. The team has declined to comment on the drug test.

This guy is an idiot... The Dolphins just couldn't get rid of him in time !!!


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it is a shame these guy have a chance to do what a lot of people don't. and just blow it because they are f**king stupid. i do not care if he ever plays another down again . that goes for his buddies as well . taylor, henrey, clarrett. these are the main one's for this season . i am all for giving a guy a second chance to prove himself. when it happens time and time again then these fellows are not ever going to straighten up and should be dismissed from the league forever . after all the trouble players have been in the past 10 years or so . and then with the playoffs and Superbowl . Mr tagliabue has some explaining to do or he should step down and let a competent person get this league straightened out it is getting out of hand going to be like the nba very soon 90% punks thugs and drug addicts

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Here's the latest I've seen... Yep, still a dumba$$...

Dolphins | Williams reportedly failed test; not missed one

Mon, 20 Feb 2006 11:42:17 -0800

Updating ongoing reports, ESPN's Hank Goldberg reports sources have said Miami Dolphins RB Ricky Williams' violation of the league's substance-abuse policy was in fact a failed drug test and not a matter of a missed test.

Dolphins | Suspension could end Williams' career

Mon, 20 Feb 2006 07:09:01 -0800

Armando Salguero and Barry Jackson, of the Miami Herald, report if Miami Dolphins RB Ricky Williams is indeed suspended for the 2006 season, his NFL career could be over. It is not certain that the Dolphins won't have Williams. He can appeal and would be able to play should he win that appeal. ''There is an appeal process so you can't write him off right away,'' said agent Drew Rosenhaus, who represents several Miami players and was instrumental in winning an appeal for former Dolphins RB J.J. Johnson. However, Rosenhaus and others noted, if the 29-year-old Williams doesn't appeal or loses an appeal, his career is all but finished. He would be 30 and would have missed two of the past three years if he can't return to the league until 2007. ''It's very unlikely he would ever play again or anyone would take a chance on him again,'' Rosenhaus said. The Dolphins had been exploring trading Williams and it is believed the story first surfaced in Denver based on the Denver Broncos' continued study of Williams. ESPN NFL reporter Chris Mortensen said Miami would have lost a ''decent'' bargaining chip, but there's a chance Williams could win an appeal.


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