Some people are taking the Georgia loss to Alabama this weekend a little harder than others, including one Super Bowl champ.
New York Giants running back Danny Ware was arrested at 2:24 a.m. Sunday morning while doing what we all do when we're drunk and with a girl -- standing in the middle of oncoming traffic just chatting away. The Athens-Banner Herald reported (via The Star-Ledger) that both Ware and 24-year-old Jennifer Henderson were charged with pedestrian under the influence and pedestrian in the roadway.
Sept. 28: New York Giants running back Danny Ware was arrested by police for standing in the middle of traffic drunk.
Sept. 24: Former prep football star Maurice Simmons is sentenced to four years in prison for his role in a robbery.
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Sept. 22: Former NFL kicker Tony Zendejas pleaded not guilty to charges of drugging and raping a female patron of his sports bar.
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Sept. 19: Kansas State player Leon Patton is charged with child abuse for allegedly shaking a 2-month-old.
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Sept. 10: Broncos star Brandon Marshall is charged with two counts of simple battery, stemming from a 6-month-old domestic violence complaint.
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Sept. 16: Former Super Bowl hero Mark Ingram was sentenced to more than seven years for bank fraud and money laundering.
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Sept. 16: Kim Willoughby allegedly got into an altercation outside a Honolulu cafe in 2006, but the indictment wasn't unsealed until recently.
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Sept. 15: Falcons defensive back Lawyer Milloy was arrested for driving under the influence about 12 hours after playing in a game against the Buccaneers.
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Sept. 13: Browns star Braylon Edwards received a speeding ticket after being caught going 120 mph.
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Sept. 12: Billy Jenkins, who played for three NFL teams in a six-year career, was charged with vehicular manslaughter relating to a hit-and-run collision.
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Ware and a 24-year-old Dallas woman attracted a police officer's attention at about 2:25 a.m. Sunday at East Clayton Street near North Jackson Street because they seemed oblivious to traffic that had to steer around them as they stood in the street talking, according to police.
Ware admitted that he'd been drinking, and a breath test showed he had a blood-alcohol content of 0.152 grams, police said.
I guess all of this leads to just one simple question. What did the guy do after the Giants beat the Patriots? Scottsdale has a lot of streets you can stand in while talking to people. I prefer Sandalwood Drive.