Stafford sees Lions’ marijuana troubles as correctable – Detroit Free Press

Posted on: April 16th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz at the start of off-season workouts today addressed his teams recent spate of marijuana-related arrests. His message: Your personal behavior cant interfere with what were out to accomplish as a team. (He said) just weve come so far, we dont want anything to hold us back.

Marijuana incidents not discussed among players – CBSSports.com

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Fairley Arrested On Marijuana Charge – ESPN

Posted on: April 4th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Updated: April 3, 2012, 10:02 PM ET ESPN.com news services Fairley Arrested On Marijuana Charge Nick Fairley was arrested on a second-degree marijuana possession. Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley was arrested on a second-degree marijuana possession charge on Tuesday afternoon in Mobile, Ala., Mobile police spokesman Christopher Levy told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Fox10TV.com reported that Fairley was charged with second-degree possession, a misdemeanor in Alabama.

Lions’ Fairley arrested for marijuana – Boston Herald

Posted on: April 4th, 2012 by admin No Comments

By Dave Birkett  / Detroit Free Press Wednesday, April 4, 2012 – Added 3 minutes ago A third member of the Detroit Lions’ 2011 draft class is facing drug charges, after defensive tackle Nick Fairley was arrested on Tuesday in Mobile, Ala. Fairley, a first-round pick out of Auburn last year, was cited for second-degree possession of marijuana on Tuesday afternoon, after he was pulled over at 12:30 p.m.

Drew Sharp: There’s nothing minor about marijuana issue – Detroit Free Press

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The issue isn’t whether marijuana should be legalized or where it ranks among the litany of debilitating substances. Right now, its illegality remains the law. The only issue that matters is why three young men who have overcome more than their rightful share of obstacles allegedly risked compromising everything for something as dim-witted as getting caught in a car with pot

Trio of Lions’ latest draft picks could face NFL discipline for marijuana charges – Detroit Free Press

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Last year was mostly a wasted year for the Lions’ 2011 draft class, and so far this year — for far different reasons — it has been more of the same. Defensive tackle Nick Fairley became the third Lion busted on drug charges this off-season, when he was arrested around 12:30 p.m

Lions’ Fairley arrested for marijuana possession – Sacramento Bee

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Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley was arrested in his home town of Mobile, Alabama for second-degree marijuana possession Tuesday. According to a report on al.com, Mobile police were called to the Morningside Manor neighborhood of Mobile for a car speeding through the neighborhood several times around noon

Lions’ Nick Fairley busted for marijuana – Detroit Free Press

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A third member of the Detroit Lions 2011 draft class is facing drug charges, after defensive tackle Nick Fairley was arrested today in Mobile, Ala. Fairley, a first-round pick out of Auburn last year, was cited for second-degree possession of marijuana this afternoon, after he was pulled over at 12:30 p.m.

Report: Lions’ Nick Fairley busted for marijuana – Detroit Free Press

Posted on: April 3rd, 2012 by admin No Comments

A third member of the Detroit Lions 2011 draft class is facing drug charges, after defensive tackle Nick Fairley was arrested today in Mobile, Ala. Fairley, a first-round pick out of Auburn last year, was cited for second-degree possession of marijuana this afternoon, after he was pulled over at 12:30 p.m. following a citizen complaint that his Cadillac Escalade was speeding through a Mobile neighborhood frequently, Mobile police information officer Ashley Rains said.

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