Because being employed by the Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings wasn't enough to hammer convince Quincy Carter that he needs to pull it together, the Battle Wings have suspended him two games for missing team meetings.
Myself, I'm a little surprised that af2 teams even have team meetings. Are they like support group meetings? Is everyone sitting around discussing how they couldn't cut it in NFL Europa, the Canadian league, and the big leagues of Arena Football? I'm just curious.
Quincy Carter, if you don't recall his brief but glorious tenure as a Dallas Cowboy, threw 32 career TDs against 32 career INTs before running into all sorts of drug problems. He had ranked an impressive 4th in af2 in passing efficiency, with a 117.9 rating, trailing J.J. Raterink, Ryan Vena, and former Rutgers superstar Ryan Hart. The Battle Wings, much to their credit, won without Carter last night, beating the Manchester Wolves 62-52.