With the NFL lockout officially underway and the collective bargaining agreement scrapped, the league’s 2,000-odd players are now free to do whatever the hell they want. Sort of.

With the CBA expired, so too is the league’s personal conduct policy. The NFL can no longer request players take drug tests and commissioner Roger Goodell can’t punish them for bad behaviour. So, what are they up to?

Well, Eric Wright has already made what appears to be a death threat…

Jonathan Stewart can’t wait for trouble…

Walter Jones is already organizing an off-the-hook house party that is sure to involve strippers and cocaine…

Keary Colbert appears to be up to no good in LA…

Kirk Morrison and Shaun Phillips are hitting the gym, but they have something to “get.” Probably some dope from the alley out back…

Troy Polamalu’s trying to take your money…

Sinorice Moss is telling some guy named Luke (probably a drug dealer) to meet him at 9:10 p.m. (presumably with 11 grams of something)…

Fabian Washington is hurling insults at family members…

Michael Bush is watching a real movie…

Nick Mangold had a wild Friday night…

And Aaron Curry is insulting dogs…

It’ll be interesting to see what happens with these guys as they go about their lives knowing they don’t have to abide by the rules. What’s that you say? They still can’t break the law? Stop and think about that for a second.

Comments (2)

  1. This is very interesting. I want to see if a lot of these guys end up outside the NFL world because of this lockout deal.

    I mean, I’d hate to see Albert Haynesworth’s work ethic vanish because of this. Shame.

  2. [...] last time the two parties can talk before a new CBA is worked out.So much for players being able to do whatever they want during the lockout. The league is apparently logging indiscretions and will penalize players once a new CBA has been [...]

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