Football broadcaster Michael Irvin has been the subject of jokes and mean spirited personal attacks for a few minor misunderstandings with law enforcement over the years. His indiscretions gaining front page notoriety and eventually costing him his career at ESPN.
While Irvin was busy trying to help a friend in need by taking possession of his crack pipe; another NFL broadcaster, former Chief d-lineman Bill Maas, has apparently been keeping busy in a most peculiar fashion.
He gave them permission to do the check and that's when police found a loaded 22-caliber revolver hand gun, 5 grams of cannabis, 6 grams of cocaine and 28 ecstasy pills.
Weed, coke, X and loaded weapon.
Luckily, his employers at FOX are saved the annoyance of having to go through the hypocrisy of ignoring the situation or making up excuses to keep him on the air. There were no plans for him to work in his previous capacity this season anyway.
All's well that ends well.