man do we need a vet OLB on the roster because Derrick may not be around for longtwo felonies and three misdemeanors...If convicted on all counts Rodgers could get 26 years in jail. However, Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office spokesman Ed Griffith said if Rodgers is convicted he would realistically face about 19 months in jail.
The trial is scheduled for Sept. 17, five days before the Dolphins host the New York Jets.
Originally posted by steve_t
...and people were on Gardner's case for taking on McDuffie