Britt intent on making good impression with new Head Coach

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanbuoy, Feb 9, 2011.

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  1. Riverman

    Riverman That may be.... Tip Jar Donor

    I think Pac was a criminal himself at the time he was having so much trouble reported. He was just a good one, that made it difficult to actually catch him conclusively.

    I don't know about Britt. He was wise to "welch" on the bond because there just isn't any way to positively spin putting up bond money. It may have declined to pay up because he know about the impending murder charges.
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  2. avvie

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    Is it possible that Britt's "I don't have the money right now, but I'm good for it" response was a tactic to look like he was being a bail friend without actually doing so? Sounds to me like it's the bondsman's problem for letting dude out without the money in hand. Maybe the bondsman was starstruck? Dunno... weird though.
  3. Psychop1

    Psychop1 Big Tee Tip Jar Donor

    Exactly. Otherwise, headlines would read, 'Britt Bails Out Murderer', or worse yet, 'Britt Involved in Murder'. He would probably be likened to Ray Lewis and his legal issues.
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    JCBRAVE 2017 Pick'em Champion Tip Jar Donor

    Bails bondsmen are like repo guys, they themselves are criminals. If Goodell steps in, I'm on a train to Grand Central with some loud mouth females. We'll sit outside the NFL offices, and wait for him. This is old news, and shouldn't get our boy in any trouble.
  5. steverife

    steverife Starter

    I seem to recall that the uncle basically volunteered KB's money and he kinda gave a "soft" agreement.
  6. p_funk

    p_funk Hillbilly Titan

    I do not understand this whole situation. Why was the guy released if the bail was never paid? Maybe they do things differently in Jersey, but that aint how it works in my neck of the woods. The guy never should have been released if the bail was not paid. I hope there is not more to the story than this and hopefully Britt will not get suspended by the league for this.
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