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This. All of it.Sad but not surprising.
I criticized him harshly the first time. Took a bit of heat. Fact is, Gregory is a fool. Unless he's hooked on something more than weed, there's zero excuse for his very poor choices. Choices that aren't far removed from throwing his career away.
He got away with this many times at Nebraska, with Bo sweeping in under the rug. Not gonna escape it in the NFL.
Suspended four games last year, his rookie season. Went on to register zero sacks in 12 games. Suspended apparently more than four game his second year ... he's falling way behind the curve at this point. Unfortunately, heading toward one of the all-time busts.
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First positive test requires an education program and the following of recommendations from an individual study.What a waste of talent.
Does NE. have a rehab type of program available for students and if so why wasn't he forced to enroll. If Ne. doesn't have such a program why don't they?
thanks and that really shows how stupid an act this was. I guess money can only buy fake happiness for some and responsibility is thrown out the window.First positive test requires an education program and the following of recommendations from an individual study.
Second positive requires evaluation and rehab, possibly inpatient.
Third positive: you gone
I don't know that the school actually runs any of the rehab. Listening to ex-pros on ESPN, etc, though, you have to be a complete moron or have a huge problem in order to get popped. You basically know when the tests are coming and have a small window in which you have to avoid drugs.