President Trump Grants Pardon To Former NFL Owner
© Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports
President Donald Trump announced this morning that former San Francisco 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr. has been granted a full pardon. Per The Spun...

DeBartolo, 73, pleaded guilty in 1998 to a felony charge. He reportedly failed to report that former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards allegedly extorted $400,000 from him to win a casino license. The former NFL owner paid $1 million in penalties and served two years of probation.

Former NFL players Jerry Rice and Jim Brown, among others, reportedly met with Trump to discuss DeBartolo’s case. Rice praised President Trump for his pardon on Tuesday morning.

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Elect a clown expect a circus
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Personally I think everyone who has served time to society after ten years should be pardon .
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Wish I could have that Sports Coat Edwin stuck the $400k In!
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Birds of a feather flock together.
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Draining the swamp /bow
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GOAT president.
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