Image Link

The disaster that is former NFL QB Ryan Leaf, is out of prison. The former Washington State Cougar and San Diego Charger was released on Wednesday after serving two years in jail for breaking into a house for prescription pills. Per CougCenter...
quote:

Leaf was convicted of breaking into a home in Montana and stealing prescription pills in 2012 after being arrested twice in four days.

The story went like this: Leaf was arrested after police found hydrocodone pills in his golf bag and bonded out. A couple days later, he was arrested again, this time after a couple caught him in the act. Police matched up GPS from his truck with the location of the burglary and he was charged with multiple counts.

He was took a plea deal and was sentenced, ending up in a residential treatment program before being kicked out of said program and sent back to prison. He lasted all of about six months in rehab, and prison was probably the best place for him at the time.

“If they put me in Montana State Prison for five years, that’d be okay by me. I don’t really have any drive to be out. I’m just so miserable out there,” he apparently told his cellmate. This appeared in a lengthy Playboy article (SFW) written in Jan. 2013 that is still worth your time.
Poor guy, hopefully he can turn his life around.

Image Link
Filed Under: NFL

Comments

9 Comments
This guy is a Greek tragedy
Reply76 months
hope he doesn't turn suicidal.
Reply76 months
Love those uni's
Reply76 months
Chuckiee, dancing won't change things. You need to get your cousin some help.
Reply76 months
I heard the browns are interested.
Reply76 months
Crazy what prescription pills can do to your life. My cousin is on them and "can stop whenever he wants". I'm about to have to make drastic moves
Reply76 months
sorry for partying
Reply76 months
He looks mad
Reply76 months
Great picture
Reply76 months
Popular Stories
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram