Vogel said Holmes was very cooperative, respectful and wasn’t impaired. He thinks that should be taken into account when it comes to any potential action taken against him by the Steelers and the NFL.
“We wouldn't expect a steelworker to be laid off or suspended without pay,” said Vogel. “I wouldn't expect a police officer, firefighter or a member of the Steelers.”
Friday, October 24, 2008
Well at least he was polite
Don't know if you heard, but current Pittsburgh Steeler and former Ohio Bucknut Santonio Holmes was charged with having a small amount of the marijuana on him the other night. Apparently it was two blunts. Well, to my delight it seems the officer who picked him up may be starting to have some second thoughts about it. The officer, Sgt. James Vogel, hasgotten the realization that the czar Roger Goodell is likely to suspend Holmes for a game later this season because of all this.
Posted by Mark at 2:21 PM