Tag:Alex Magee
Posted on: May 9, 2011 11:02 pm

Alex Magee arrested on drug charge

Posted by Josh Katzowitz

There have been so many NFL players arrested this offseason that I’ve stopped trying come up with clever ledes or snarky remarks when we hear about yet another one.

Magee That said, we’ll play this one straight: according to Bay News 9, Buccaneers DE Alex Magee was arrested today and charged with possession of marijuana and having an expired tag.

Magee was driving his 2009 Dodge Charger when officers pulled him over at 1:13 p.m. According to the report, the officer smelled marijuana, searched the vehicle and found a misdemeanor level of the drug.

In his two-year career with the Chiefs and the Buccaneers, Magee has started one of 25 games and has accumulated four career sacks and a forced fumble.

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Category: NFL
Posted on: October 20, 2010 12:35 pm

Hot Routes 10.20.10: Go, Matty, Go!

Posted by Will Brinson

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  • Yesterday, we brought you the heroic story of something about Vince Young. Today, Matt Leinart, VY's nemesis (or something), is competing for a backup job! Yay, Matty! But seriously, couldn't you see the Texans reeling off a couple wins in a row, playing decent defense, making everyone think they're contending for the division and maybe more and then suddenly Matt Schaub's leg gets crushed in a freak bad snap play followed by every single Texans fan realizing that Leinart's their starting quarterback? Except Gary Kubiak, who thinks Leinart has the "it" factor.
  • A New York Times reader is jumping in the concussion debate, op-ed style, with a piece titled "How I Became a Head-Hunting Defensive Back."
  • Drew Brees' new baby's name? Bowen Christopher Brees. I eagerly await an explanation for why it's not "Brinson."
  • Some random folks who don't want to see football disappear because of a lockout started the Twitter account @NFLLockout. The NFLPA then asked for it in exchange for some Michael Vick posters or something, they declined and the NFLPA called Twitter and demanded to get the account. And Twitter gave it up. 
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