Jaguars' wide receiver Matt Jones was arrested early this AM for possibly supporting terrorism and certainly supporting the infiltration of, and concerted effort to destroy the Negro community through the CIA's drug expansion program.
Jones was caught in his car with various illegal substances. In enough quantity to, at least initially, invite a felony charge.
We have no doubt that Jones stature as one of the handful of color-free receivers in the league will eventually lead to a reduction or dismissal of charges.
The question really becomes, how will the team and Roger Goodell handle this?
Goodell has endeavored to walk softly and carry a big stick. At least in relation to the Negro offenders of the arbitrary and undefined league rules.
How will Goddell handle this? Particularly if it ends up being a felony charge.
We are already getting a clear sense of how the Jaguars' ownership intends to handle the shame Jones has brought the team:
The Philadelphia Daily News reported that owner Wayne Weaver was negotiating to sell the Jaguars to billionaire C. Dean Metropoulos, who might consider moving the team to Los Angeles.
Clearly, the connection between the arrest of the Great White Hope Wide Receiver and ownership's purported abandonment of the team and the city is unmistakable.
As fans of the NFL, we are awash in the shame that Jones has brought the league and his team.
And, we respect Weaver's desire to distance himself and the city of Jacksonville from Jones and his misanthropic, Negro-community-sabotaging-thru-personal-use-of-street-drugs lifestyle.
We applaud the owner of the Jags for showing his support for the Negro community in this manner.
Clearly, this is what you can expect when you allow white players off the line or out from behind center.