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ECB
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12:50 AM on 12/01/2008
Plax can you say Lions or Bengals in 09 ?
12:30 AM on 12/01/2008
ri-damn-diculous
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Mort
Once I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken.
11:42 PM on 11/30/2008
Does this clown have even one working brain cell? Not only should he be banned from guns, he shouldn't be allowed in public!
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Burkelbile
Dahlink I luff you but geeve me Park Avenoo
11:00 PM on 11/30/2008
Plaxico really skrewed the pooch.
Hey, maybe Clinton Portis will speak up for Burress also!
09:55 PM on 11/30/2008
Stop glorifying the gangsta and thug image. Lose the guns and the dogfighting.
10:08 PM on 11/30/2008
So tired of waking up on Monday morning finding out which thug wanna be got arrested last night from the NFL

IN this case, Plax couldn't wait till Monday.
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FilthyHarry
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09:30 PM on 11/30/2008
I wonder if gun possession is his only worry. Firing a weapon in a public place could also get him charged with reckless endangerment.
10:09 PM on 11/30/2008
The possession charge was with an "Unlicensed and Loaded" weapon. It is against the law in the state of NY.
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FilthyHarry
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09:48 AM on 12/01/2008
Yes I'm aware of that. I ask in my post if that is his only worry. What I'm saying is that in addition to being charged for possession of the weapon, since the gun was actually fired, in a public place, charges of reckless endangerment could also be applied.
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blytzd
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08:57 PM on 11/30/2008
"Plaxico Burress plans to turn himself in to police Monday morning in New York City and plead not guilty to criminal possession of a weapon, his lawyer said."

How exactly is he going to pull off pleading not-guilty when he has a hole in his leg and plenty of witnesses? Be a man and own up to it.
10:36 PM on 11/30/2008
I think it's the criminal part of possesion. Maybe he was allowed to have a concealed firearm.
10:49 PM on 11/30/2008
Early reports are, he had no such license and if he did, it still would have had to be registered.
disgusted48
when someone shows you who they are, believe them.
08:18 PM on 11/30/2008
the giants will drop him and the cowboys will pick him up, along with michael vick when he is available.
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thegreatgiginthesky
07:12 AM on 12/01/2008
Think the Cowboys are pretty well stocked at receiver. If he was a RB I could see it, but with TO and Roy Williams spreading the field Witten and Martelleus Bennet at TE and Patrick Crayton as the third receiver I don't think the Cowboys will be going after Burress.
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AsISaid
08:07 PM on 11/30/2008
What a dumb a.ss
01:08 AM on 12/01/2008
Trulyyyy....what a dum.b a..ss

It amazes me these guys with 7mil/year contracts do this to themselves. i mean why would you sc.rew your whole careers and the benefits it brings with stupidity like this...
02:05 AM on 12/01/2008
One might think they do it on purpose, from a sense of un-entitlement.
08:01 PM on 11/30/2008
What I don't understand is that shouldn't all club owners be nervous about their VIP clientele carry weapons into their establishment and possibly harming innocent patrons. Most clubs in NYC frisk the 'average joe' before you are able to get into the club. My concern is that the VIPs are given a pass and all sorts of things can happen when the management looks the other way.
11:35 AM on 12/01/2008
I believe in this case Burress was asked to go thru a metal detactor and at that point told security that he had a gun. At that point they took Burress to the side and it was at that point he shot himself
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LiarLiarIraqsOnFire
07:56 PM on 11/30/2008
Coughlin and the Giants probably wish he would have knee-capped himself so they could have been done with him.
07:36 PM on 11/30/2008
I am so tired of billionaire sports franchise owners and their millionaire players living as if the normal rules of social norms, finance, matrimony or law do not apply to them. They are all disgusting and I refuse to watch their damned games or as best I can not purchase the products that support their outrages.
02:43 AM on 12/01/2008
AMEN!!!
07:05 PM on 11/30/2008
We will see how equal he is and if he is more equal
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rob2007
06:54 PM on 11/30/2008
This is great. More negative press about handgun ownership. People like Burress create such a media storm with their ignorance that it ruins things for the rest of law-abiding citizens who have the utmost respect for guns and society.
07:27 PM on 11/30/2008
It's a crying shame, isn't it?
07:38 PM on 11/30/2008
"People like Burress create such a media storm with their ignorance that it ruins things for the rest of law-abiding citizens who have the utmost respect for guns and society."

Not to mention all those kids who shoot or get shot with the law-abiding citizens' guns.

Bad ole kids.
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Bitsko
He of the smoldering eyes
06:34 PM on 11/30/2008
He was once suspended and fined $117,500 for missing a team meeting and failing to notify the Giants of his absence, and fined $45,000 by the NFL for his conduct during a game against San Francisco in which he abused an official and tossed a ball into the stands? What a role model!