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The Curse of LeVeon Bell?

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Dave Meggett wipes the floor with him spreading his seed.
 

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Dude is going to be broke in 3-4 years after football. His rap career isn't going to support his spending habits & child support.

Adrian Peterson says hi. Hell, he's already broke.

These guys really should get themselves clipped by the time the third one rolls around.
 

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Dave Meggett wipes the floor with him spreading his seed.
The Life of Little Man Dave Meggett

Meggett has nine children,[1] including Davin Meggett, who grew up in Clinton, Maryland. He went to Surrattsville High School and played football at the University of Maryland.[2]

Meggett was one of the favorite players of coach Bill Parcells, playing for him on the Giants, Patriots and Jets. When Parcells coached the Dallas Cowboys, Meggett consulted with the team's punt returners during training camp.

In 1990, Meggett was arrested for soliciting a prostitute, but was acquitted. He was charged with assaulting his then-girlfriend in 1995, but was acquitted after the judge found that the girlfriend was the aggressor and that Meggett had used "reasonable force" to keep her out of his house.[1]

In 1998, Meggett was arrested in Toronto after authorities said he allegedly assaulted an escort worker after a three-way sexual encounter. Following this incident, the Patriots promptly released him per their zero-tolerance policy for violence against women enacted after the furor of the selection of Christian Peter two years earlier. According to a 2014 report in SB Nation, the fallout from this incident led other teams to look askance at Meggett's past history with women, and was a reason why his number was never called by another NFL team after the Jets opted against resigning him.[1] A trial on the assault charge ended with a hung jury in April 2000.[3]

In later years, Meggett faced multiple legal and financial difficulties related to his failure to pay child support. He'd earned over $10 million during his NFL career, but lost it all to back child support payments. He was even forced to sell his Super Bowl ring on eBay.[1]

Meggett was the parks and recreation director in Robersonville, North Carolina. Most of his salary was diverted to pay child support.[1] He resigned in 2006, after he was accused of sexually assaulting his former girlfriend.[4] In 2007, he was convicted of misdemeanor sexual battery in the case, receiving two years' probation. Authorities said he was allowed to move back to South Carolina to serve his probation.[3] Soon afterward, in 2008, he was accused of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl, but prosecutors opted not to pursue the case due to questions about her credibility.[1]

In January 2009, Meggett was arrested for raping and robbing a part-time student at the College of Charleston. On November 10, 2010, Meggett was convicted of burglary and criminal sexual conduct, and sentenced to 30 years in prison.[1][5]

Meggett, South Carolina Department of Corrections ID #00343610, is serving his sentence at Lieber Correctional Institution in Ridgeville, South Carolina. His earliest possible release date is July 6, 2034.[6]
 

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The Life of Little Man Dave Meggett

Meggett has nine children,[1] including Davin Meggett, who grew up in Clinton, Maryland. He went to Surrattsville High School and played football at the University of Maryland.[2]

Meggett was one of the favorite players of coach Bill Parcells, playing for him on the Giants, Patriots and Jets. When Parcells coached the Dallas Cowboys, Meggett consulted with the team's punt returners during training camp.

In 1990, Meggett was arrested for soliciting a prostitute, but was acquitted. He was charged with assaulting his then-girlfriend in 1995, but was acquitted after the judge found that the girlfriend was the aggressor and that Meggett had used "reasonable force" to keep her out of his house.[1]

In 1998, Meggett was arrested in Toronto after authorities said he allegedly assaulted an escort worker after a three-way sexual encounter. Following this incident, the Patriots promptly released him per their zero-tolerance policy for violence against women enacted after the furor of the selection of Christian Peter two years earlier. According to a 2014 report in SB Nation, the fallout from this incident led other teams to look askance at Meggett's past history with women, and was a reason why his number was never called by another NFL team after the Jets opted against resigning him.[1] A trial on the assault charge ended with a hung jury in April 2000.[3]

In later years, Meggett faced multiple legal and financial difficulties related to his failure to pay child support. He'd earned over $10 million during his NFL career, but lost it all to back child support payments. He was even forced to sell his Super Bowl ring on eBay.[1]

Meggett was the parks and recreation director in Robersonville, North Carolina. Most of his salary was diverted to pay child support.[1] He resigned in 2006, after he was accused of sexually assaulting his former girlfriend.[4] In 2007, he was convicted of misdemeanor sexual battery in the case, receiving two years' probation. Authorities said he was allowed to move back to South Carolina to serve his probation.[3] Soon afterward, in 2008, he was accused of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl, but prosecutors opted not to pursue the case due to questions about her credibility.[1]

In January 2009, Meggett was arrested for raping and robbing a part-time student at the College of Charleston. On November 10, 2010, Meggett was convicted of burglary and criminal sexual conduct, and sentenced to 30 years in prison.[1][5]

Meggett, South Carolina Department of Corrections ID #00343610, is serving his sentence at Lieber Correctional Institution in Ridgeville, South Carolina. His earliest possible release date is July 6, 2034.[6]

What a scumbag. Did he try to use CTE as his defense like Winslow Jr.?
 

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"In the last two seasons, Bell has failed to top 4 yards per carry. In 2020, he had a total of just 16 receptions for 138 yards. His value is at rock bottom right now, and while someone may be willing to give him a deal slightly above the veteran minimum, it is unlikely it will be significantly more."
 
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