How Do The Packers Replace Johnny Jolly?
Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, Johnny Jolly.
That’s about all Packers fans have to say regarding the defensive end after NFL Commisioner Roger Goodell suspended Jolly for the entire 2010 season Saturday. Jolly reportedly violated his substance abuse policy and prosectuors in the state of Texas are also looking into potential drug dealing, indicating Jolly “bought, sold, funded, transported and aided in the buying, selling, funding and transportation of illegal narcotics including cocaine and marijuana” from 2006 through May 2008.”
Jolly is also due in court at the end of July on charges that he possessed over 200 grams of codeine during a traffic stop in 2008. If convicted, Jolly could face up to 20 years in prison.
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