Surely, you have read about freshly released Bengals' linebacker AJ Nicholson.
And you saw plenty of coverage about the Jet's Justin Miller being arrested for assault.
Nicholson allegedly struck a woman in club and is being charged in the matter.
The woman was Nicholson's girlfriend. She claims that, yes, they were angry and arguing. But that he did not strike her. She says she was trying to snatch a cell phone out of his hand. In her anger, she grabbed it so hard that she hit herself near the eye.
Police are pursuing charges. And the Bengals released Nicholson.
It's on the front page of ESPN.com, SI.com and all the sports .com's. As were links to Miller's incident.
An incident you haven't seen all over the front page of the sports sites happened this weekend also.
The Arapahoe County Sheriff's office has identified Broncos receiver David Kircus as "a person of interest" in an alleged assault against a Centennial man early Sunday morning. Grayson Robinson, sheriff of Arapahoe County, said his investigators were planning to bring Kircus in for a photo lineup Sunday night or this morning. The victim suffered multiple broken facial bones in the alleged assault and was taken to Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree for surgery. According to Robinson, the incident took place about 3:20 a.m. Sunday at a party in Centennial.
The other party in Nicholson's case said it was a misunderstanding. Yet the media is acting like Nicholson is already guilty; running his incident in the headlines. The police are pursuing charges (despite the account of the "victim"). And he got cut.
Kircus' incident, in which he may have broken the face of someone, is nowhere to found on these same sites.
Oh, here is a pic of Kircus, by the way.