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http://nfl.rantsports.com/2011/01/03/former-tampa-bay-buccaneers-player-arrested/

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers player arrestedFiled on: January 3, 2011 | More Filed under: Blog Network, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer QB Shaun King was arrested at 2:12 am January 2nd for driving under the influence. The former signal caller was arrested at the intersection of Highway 301 and Holland Road. King refused a blood alcohol test and was booked into jail at 4am. King played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1999-2003. ...

http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/crime/article1155220.ece

TAMPA — Shelton Quarles, the Bucs' pro scouting coordinator and a former Pro Bowl linebacker with the team, was arrested on a DUI charge early Friday.

Police arrested Quarles, 39, about 2:30 a.m. on Interstate 275 near Himes Avenue. Police saw a black Audi with the headlights off going 79 mph in a 55 mph zone. When they pulled Quarles over, police said, he "had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and bloodshot eyes."

Quarles showed other signs of impairment during field sobriety tests, police said. He refused to submit to a breath test and was taken to jail without incident. Bail was set at $500.

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/football/bucs/tampa-bay-buccaneers-tight-end-jerramy-stevens-arrested-could-lose-job/1130169

TAMPA — After his arrest on felony drug charges Saturday night, Bucs tight end Jerramy Stevens was held out of Sunday's win against the Rams and could be released from the roster as early as today.

Though the team did not announce a definitive decision about Stevens' future, it's clear team officials aren't taking the matter lightly.

"It was extremely disappointing news to hear (Saturday) night," general manager Mark Dominik said just before Sunday's kickoff. "Obviously, Jerramy isn't going to participate in the game. We'll deal with it as an organization (today)."

Stevens, 30, is charged with felony possession of cannabis with intent to sell, felony possession of cannabis and a misdemeanor of possession of drug paraphernalia, Tampa police said.

http://www.fox59.com/news/wxin-jeremy-trueblood-arrested-070710,0,6546903.story

UDPATE: Greenfield Police arrested - then released Tampa Bay Buccaneer starting offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood Wednesday morning.

The five year NFL veteran was taken into custody on suspicion of public intoxication after a verbal altercation with officers on U.S. 40 around 7 o'clock Tuesday night.

Trueblood, 27, is an Indianapolis native.

Greenfield police say a belligerent, drunken Trueblood spent the night in jail after getting this 911 call:

"Two gentlemen came in and they're {deleted} up on something," said the Gas America clerk.

"Neither one is driving, but they were stumbling a lot."

That call brought officers to the convenient store on Main Street. A few blocks down the road, they found the Indianapolis native and former Cathedral High School star obviously as impaired, as two friends were inside the convenient store.

"They were throwing cups or lids around, almost knocked a lady with a small child over," said Maj. Derek Towle of the Greenfield Police Department.

"At that point they were in a public place, they were under the influence of alcohol."

http://www.wtsp.com/news/topstories/story.aspx?storyid=162229&catid=250

Tampa, Florida -- A linebacker for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was arrested overnight.

Arrest records show 23-year-old Geno Hayes faces charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct. Hayes was arrested shortly after 2 a.m. Monday and bonded out a short time later.

According to Tampa Police, the incident happened at the Blue Martini Lounge at International Plaza in Tampa.

Hayes reportedly intervened after a confrontation between two disruptive men who were refused to be let inside by club security. Police and security eventually had the two men leave and instructed Hayes to return inside the lounge.

However, officials say Hayes stood at the entrance of the bar, making derogatory comments at security and police. Due to Hayes' continued disorderly behavior, he was also advised to leave the establishment.

Hayes reportedly refused and was escorted to the parking lot by a police officer, and advised not to return or risk arrest.

About 10 minutes later, Hayes returned claiming he left his credit card behind. Hayes was directed to have a seat at a nearby store while his friend retrieved the credit card. Hayes refused to leave the Blue Martini in spite of numerous advisories by uniformed police.

Bar employees reported Hayes was stating, "B**** a** cop. You ain't gonna do nothing. I ain't leaving. I don't have to leave."

Police say Hayes then became combative, and an officer deployed a Taser, which was ineffective on the football player, due to his thick clothing. Hayes was eventually tackled and handcuffed.

This is only from the last 18 months and doesn't include everyone's favorite thug!!

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Personally, I believe the BUCCANEERS should be thrown out of the league for being so mean & nasty! :lol:

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Not thrown out of the league, but thrown into prison. I bet Leavenworth would have a heck of a football team though.

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Absolutely! These guys are terrible! They can't hold a candle to the choirboys up in Atlanta and probably for that same reason they'll all be struck down by lightening and burn in HeII.

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Absolutely! These guys are terrible! They can't hold a candle to the choirboys up in Atlanta and probably for that same reason they'll all be struck down by lightening and burn in HeII.

Well, at least you can always fall back on Vick and the dogs.

To bad that was 6 years ago and all the arrests I listed for the Bucs are from the last 18 months. Isn't that the same time of Raheem's coaching tenure, I'm sure it's just a coincidence. :rolleyes:

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Well, at least you can always fall back on Vick and the dogs.

To bad that was 6 years ago and all the arrests I listed for the Bucs are from the last 18 months. Isn't that the same time of Raheem's coaching tenure, I'm sure it's just a coincidence. :rolleyes:

I agree! Raheem Morris is the DEVIL! He really needs to be in prison along with the Glazers, most of the players and nearly ALL of the front office staff!

You really should start a petition to have them kicked outta the NFL! Whaddaya Say?

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No just the ones that break the law.

Well, I'm sure most of 'em have!

Besides none of this happened until Raheem got here. Didn't you just say that a little earlier? It MUST be his fault so why not just throw him jail on general principal?

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Well, I'm sure most of 'em have!

Besides none of this happened until Raheem got here. Didn't you just say that a little earlier? It MUST be his fault so why not just throw him jail on general principal?

Your right Raheem should get an award, because he gives troubled youth a needed second chance. If they end up a menace to society, that's just the cost of doing business, right?

At least the Bucs are in good position with their latest felon in the making, Talib. With the lockout they can keep their heads in the sand, at least until his trial. I'm sure the commish will suspend Talib until the conclusion of his trial(ala Vick)

If he's found guilty his career is likely finished, with the Bucs anyway.

Then again, that's the cost of doing business right?

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Your right Raheem should get an award, because he gives troubled youth a needed second chance. If they end up a menace to society, that's just the cost of doing business, right?

At least the Bucs are in good position with their latest felon in the making, Talib. With the lockout they can keep their heads in the sand, at least until his trial. I'm sure the commish will suspend Talib until the conclusion of his trial(ala Vick)

If he's found guilty his career is likely finished, with the Bucs anyway.

Then again, that's the cost of doing business right?

That's what you're trying to spin. While not doing a very good job of it either. You said earlier none of this really started on the BUCS until Raheem got there. So shouldn't he be made an example of? We cannot have this sort of thing happening in the NFL! I'm thinking something along the lines of the Spanish Inquisition. We can call it the Falcon Filter Inquisition.......AND if you play your cards right and find some incriminating photos of Rodger Gooddell he may even name you as GRAND INQUISITOR! Boy, that'd really shrivel your sphincter, huh? :lol::lol:

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That's what you're trying to spin. While not doing a very good job of it either. You said earlier none of this really started on the BUCS until Raheem got there. So shouldn't he be made an example of? We cannot have this sort of thing happening in the NFL! I'm thinking something along the lines of the Spanish Inquisition. We can call it the Falcon Filter Inquisition.......AND if you play your cards right and find some incriminating photos of Rodger Gooddell he may even name you as GRAND INQUISITOR! Boy, that'd really shrivel your sphincter, huh? :lol::lol:

No no, I want Radio to be your coach for a LONG time!! The look on his face every time they play a good team (ie ANY team with a winning record)and get their azzes handed to them never fails to brighten my day.

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