Stevie Johnson and the 5 Most Classless Players in NFL

Gary DavenportNFL AnalystNovember 27, 2011

Stevie Johnson and the 5 Most Classless Players in NFL

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    The vast majority of players in the National Football League are consummate professionals who conduct themselves both on and off the field with class and dignity, and in many cases use their fame and fortune as a positive force in the community.

    However, as today's completely tasteless touchdown display by Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson unfortunately shows, some players have apparently decided to skip class class—including the members of this "Hall of Shame."

1. Stevie Johnson: WR, Buffalo Bills

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    I hope that touchdown dance making fun of New York Jets wide receiver Plaxico Burress shooting himself in the leg was worth it Stevie.

    By the time NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is done, that's likely going to be one expensive celebration.

2. Ndamukong Suh: DT, Detroit Lions

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    Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh had already garnered a reputation as the NFL's dirtiest player.

    Further, Suh's Thanksgiving Day ejection for stomping on the arm of a Green Bay Packers lineman and subsequent rambling explanation and half-hearted apology isn't going to do anything to change that.

3. DeSean Jackson: WR, Philadelphia Eagles

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    There's no denying that Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is an electrifying young player.

    However, there's also no denying that all the drama caused by his constant grumbling about his contract situation has been a huge distraction for the disappointing Eagles this season.

4. Cortland Finnegan: CB, Tennessee Titans

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    Tennessee Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan is a solid cover corner.

    Finnegan is also in love with the sound of his own voice, duked it out on the field with Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson, and once voiced his aspirations in becoming known as the NFL's dirtiest player.

5. Richie Incognito: OG, Miami Dolphins

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    Offensive-lineman Richie Incognito has a pretty impressive unprofessional resume.

    It includes being fined for three separate incidents in one game, being docked $50,000 for headbutting two opponents in the same game, and being let go by the St. Louis Rams for continually racking up personal fouls and chop-block penalties.