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Donte Stallworth Frustrated with QB, Attempts To Join Prison League with Vick

CLEVELAND - 2008:  Donte' Stallworth of the Cleveland Browns poses for his 2008 NFL headshot at photo day in Cleveland, Ohio.  (Photo by Getty Images)
Bare KnucksAnalyst INovember 9, 2016

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth must have been disappointed with his 17 catches last season, and as a result, he’s trying to catch something other than a pigskin—a case.

If you haven’t heard, Stallworth hit and killed a 59-year-old crane operator with his Bentley in Miami. According to Donte Stallworth’s attorney, authorities have yet to release blood tests which will determine the WR’s future, but the Miami Herald reports his blood-alcohol level was over the legal limit.

Getting lit and driving around in his high-profile Bentley must appeal to the well-traveled receiver, who already has one DUI under his belt.

Odds are the reports of Stallworth being over the legal limit are accurate, and Stallworth might be catching something other than a football or a criminal case—a ‘cockmeat sandwich.’

If convicted, Stallworth is going to do a good chunk of time in the slammer, where he will have plenty of time to perfect his balls-hand coordination.

Although it is a tragedy a 59-year-old man trying to provide for his family lost his life, Browns' fans can count this as a blessing. If accused, the Browns can dump Stallworth’s $35 million contract.

Although $5 million a year is not too pricey, it is not worth 17 catches and one TD a season. The Browns receiving corps is an immense problem.

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