A Broncos Practice Squad Player Was Sent Home From The Super Bowl For Getting Caught In A Prostitution Sting
LBS- Denver Broncos rookie safety Ryan Murphy was questioned and released in a prostitution sting in San Jose and was sent home from the Super Bowl.
CBS says Murphy, a member of the Broncos’ practice squad, was in a car with his brother, who ended up being cited along with the suspected prostitute.
The sting operation came from Santa Clara County’s human trafficking task force. They were targeting an area of San Jose known for prostitution.
According to sources, police detained a suspected prostitute in the area of a Motel 6 at North First Street and Brokaw Road. The woman told task force members that she had to go to a car to retrieve some property.
The car the woman went to was one Murphy and his brother were in. The woman and Murphy’s brother were both cited. NBC says police determined Murphy was not involved in anything illegal and released him. Still, head coach Gary Kubiak announced he was sending Murphy home from Super Bowl week.`
There is one person -and one person only- to blame for this, and his name is Eugene Robinson. I told you Gene. You simply don't tell NFL players no. As the old saying goes, "no means yes, and yes means hookers". You had to try to warn the Panthers that it was a bad idea to pay for sex the week of the Super Bowl, the story went viral, Ryan Murphy read it and thought "hmm prostitutes, not a bad idea", and here we are. I'm pretty sure that's exactly how it played out, because as of yesterday there was only one man that had gotten busted for soliciting whores during Super Bowl week. That man decided to finally speak out about it some 17 years later and after no more than 24 hours there's a second culprit. That seems like a little more than a coincidence to me. Professional football players are like children. The quickest way to get them to do something is to tell them not to do it. Eugene Robinson introduced the idea of cheap sex, and it became all that a random practice squad player -and apparently his brother- could think about. We'll be lucky if the entire landscape of this game isn't changed by players getting serviced by unclean women in exchange for cash. Eugene Robinson selfishly had to get his feelings off his chest and he risked turning this entire event into a pay for admission orgy. If I had a message for the Broncos and the Panthers it would be this, winners beat off and reconsider when confronted with a difficult decisions/propositions.