Ronald Gasser, the man who admitted to shooting and killing former NFL player Joe McKnight in an apparent road rage incident, has been arrested on a count of manslaughter. He is being held at the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center, according to the online inmate search.
The man accused of shooting former NFL and USC star Joe McKnight to death in Louisiana in a road rage incident was arrested in 2006 on charges he punched a man multiple times under similar circumstances.
The man who shot former NFL player Joe McKnight to death in an “apparent road rage” incident in Louisiana has been released from custody with no charges filed. Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand confirmed today to reporters that deputies let 54-year-old Ronald Gasser go last night after taking a statement from…
Former NFL player Joe McKnight has been shot and killed in Terrytown, La., today in an “apparent road rage” incident, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. He was 28.
Jets fans, are you still feeling bummed out about Mark Sanchez's injury, Rex Ryan's mini-meltdown, and the general ineptitude of your favorite football team? Well cheer up, because here comes some good news. Running back Mike Goodson has finally returned to the team after missing training camp due to personal issues.…
The Jets lost all-universe corner Darrelle Revis to a torn ACL on Sunday, so—being a resourceful and depth-strapped organization—they're converting Joe McKnight, their kick returner and third-down running back, into a cornerback. Joe McKnight is not happy about this:
The Los Angeles Times appears to have stumbled into your USC athlete graft scandal du jour when it plumbed the records of a former county appraiser and found that he'd been shoveling money at a couple of Trojans.
The LA Times reported this weekend that USC back Joe McKnight has been spotted tooling around campus in a car that does not belong to him. It's okay, though, because the real owner has a totally batshit explanation for that.