Tomorrow, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will hear the appeal of Pacman Jones, who wants to have his yearlong suspension reduced. As part of his appeal, the law firm of Greenberg Taurig has compiled a 28-page document stating his case — as originally published on The Tennessean's Web site — and it is a doozy, to say the least.
Basically, the lawyers have helpfully listed — comprehensively — every episode of NFL player malfeasance over the last seven-plus years, and it is almost otherwordly entertaining. Reading the PDF is like taking a stroll down memory (Fred) lane.
So, fire up the document and step in the wayback machine. Look, it's Ray Lewis' murder charge! Mark Chmura's sexual assault indictment! Corey Dillon's wife beating! Stacey Mack's solicitation of an undercover cop for oral sex! Oh, thank you, thank you, Greenberg Taurig ... you've made this Thursday afternoon a special one, and our lives a helluva lot easier.