The Prison League: NFL's Bad Boys (HUMOR)

Jacob FlinchumCorrespondent IApril 7, 2009

CLEVELAND - SEPTEMBER 7:  Adam Jones #21 of the Dallas Cowboys looks on during the game against the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium on September 7, 2008 in Cleveland, Ohio.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Where are the morals? Integrity and class are out the door for these athletes. What happened to the athletes we looked up to as kids? All we hear now is who's on the wrong side of the law.

I decided to take a moment to put together a team of who would be a great fit playing in shackles.

QB—Michael Vick

I hate this pick being a Tech fan, but this is a perfect fit, with the last several months in prison for dogfighting.

RB—Larry Johnson

Nothing ever really came from the domestic case against him, but if you're playing on this level, this is not the kind of exposure you want.

WR—Donte' Stallworth

You're worth millions, and you have the life everyone else wants, so what do you do with it? Drive drunk and kill a pedestrian, of course. I don't get it. What goes through the mind of someone as talented as Stallworth to convince him to do this?

OL—Leon Lett

I know this goes way back, and he is out of the league now, but he got caught with more marijuana than most people smoke in a lifetime.

DL—Tank Johnson

Everyone remembers his legal troubles before he left Chicago to go to Dallas. Now on his way to Cincinnati, he should feel comfortable playing alongside another bad boy of the law, Chris Henry.

DB—Adam "Pacman" Jones

Do I really need to say any more?

There it is folks, the team that everyone would like to quit hearing about. If I did half of things these athletes did, I'd be pulling ten to forty in the penitentiary. But hey, they are elite, and they deserve a pat on the back for being athletes that make prison guards drool.