After the Baltimore Ravens’ string of player arrests (and one director-of-security arrest) in 2014, owner Steve Bisciotti told the press, “Now it’s about proving that it was an aberration, and we believe that to be the case.” But after two arrests for DUI and one for felony animal cruelty and misdemeanor drug charges in 2015, Greg Bedard at The MMQB is ready to call it: 2014 was no anomaly.
While Bedard credits the team for cutting Bernard Pierce, Victor Hampton, and Terrence Cody quickly after their arrests, he points out that two of them came to Baltimore with histories of off-field problems. With “far and away” the most arrests in the NFL in the last 13 months, the Ravens better be more careful about who it brings onto the team and reevaluate their whole player development program, Bedard says.
You can read the whole thing here. What do you think? What more can the Ravens do at this point?
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