When a man named Blount (should it be "Blunt"?) is arrested for pot possession, is anyone really surprised?
Apparently the front office and fans of the mighty Pittsburgh Steelers were caught off guard when their star running back LeGarrette Blount was pinched by Johnny Law, who smelled a cloud of herb leaking from the hot box in which Blount was riding.
Worse yet – the driver was fellow Steelers’ running back Le’Veon Bell, also busted for the 20oz bag of buds found in the ride. Can we give them the uniform numbers “4” and “20”? Should they be traded to Denver, where their recreation would be legal?
Given the proclivities of the team’s high-flying backfield, we can’t help but think that perhaps the storied squad should change its name to the Pittsburgh Reefers!
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