Former NFL Player Stanley Wilson Has Been Arrested 3 Times In The Past Year...And He Was Naked For Every One Of Them
PFT- Former Lions defensive back Stanley Wilson II had been arrested while naked for the third time in less than a year, and the second time in little more than a month.
Via the Associated Press, police in Woodburn, Oregon arrested Wilson after he attempted to force his way into a home, and then disrobed. When police arrived, Wilson emerged naked from a shed. Wilson was taken to the Marion County Jail.
Last June, a homeowner shot Wilson during a similar incident. In January, he was arrested after being found outside a Portland residence without clothing.
I want to make it very clear that it's inherently wrong to joke about something as awful and debilitating as head injuries....before I start making jokes about head injuries. Seriously though, isn't it amazing what we've been able to do with the wealth of knowledge regarding CTE? I know that the NFL hasn't made their product safer in any real, tangible way and they certainly haven't been too keen on instituting the protocol that they, themselves, halfhearted set forth to convince people they actually care about the players' health. However, they did gift those same players one big ass benefit of the doubt.
Did you even need to read the whole story to know that this dude laid one too many blindside hits across the middle while looking down at the missed opportunities for interceptions that cut his career short? I know I didn't. There is absolutely no charm associated with getting arrested in your birthday suit for a THIRD time in a calendar year, and getting cuffed with your dick out shouldn't be a punishment with wavering long term effects. Especially when the second time was less than a month go and apparently involved the most forgettable gun shot wound of all time. That's why it was pretty obvious that Stanley Wilson suffered from concussions long before Roger Goodell's least favorite c-word made an appearance in the article.
At the end of day he's still made a habit of getting hauled off to the precinct with his dignity washed, pressed, and folded nicely at home on his dresser, but at least he's got a preemptive pass for doing it because any behavior that outlandish has to be a direct result of NFL employment. That may be bad news for the league, but it's pretty good news for all the former players planning to pursue nude kleptomania post-retirement that don't actually have the compromised cognitive abilities to justify it. Make sure your crime reaches a certain level of preposterous and we don't even need to see the results of the CAT scan to determine that football-induced brain damage was more than just an accomplice.