Aqib Talib among NFL's most distruptive players: AOL Fanhouse
Here's a list you don't want to make: Most Disruptive Players in the NFL. But Bucs cornerback Aqib Talib came in at No. 9 on a list put together by AOL Fanhouse. Talib fell just below the Jets' Braylon Edwards, who was arrested for suspicion of DWI this week, and just ahead of Giants back Brandon Jabobs, who whipped his helmet into the stands last Sunday. Fanhouse senior NFL writer Dave Golberg writes:
AQIB TALIB: Was taken off some teams' draft boards because he was considered trouble. Showed it by getting into a fistfight during the rookie symposium. Last year, he was arrested for striking a cab driver, getting himself a one-game suspension for the first game of this season. Then he showed up to watch the game, which he's not supposed to do. That's no big deal other than to demonstrate that maybe he doesn't learn quickly that rules apply to him as well as everyone else.
Jeez, Louise. A guy gets in fights ... and smacks cabbies upside the head ... and breaks NFL rules and all of a sudden he's disruptive? Click here for the entire list.