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Bryan Cox Jr. is in trouble

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50 minutes ago, bull123 said:

Just great....what an idiot

90 mph...just another self entitled Charlotte driver 

how did the cops find his weed?...was he getting high driving that fast?

The first words out of the cops mouth were probably “can I search your car” 

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OMG he got caught with a personal amount of pot - lock this “thug” up and throw away the key. 

 

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Last time I went to TC, I leftd on the last day too. I was going my normal 72/keeping up with traffic........... then by the minute 30 unique cars blew me off the highway going no less than 90. 

Cannt believe a player carrys weed in their car, rookie move. 

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It is a big fuging deal.  What happens when he splatters some innocents all over the highway because he frigg'n believes the rules don't apply to him. Screw him. 

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Cruise control set to 14 over on highways. Insurance doesn’t get affected til 15 and cops know that. Pain of insurance going up is worse than ticket usually.  It’s not the speeding that kills people these days it’s the incessant need to swerve in and out of lanes to get one car ahead and ride bumpers (while texting on top of it). Knee jerk braking causes way more wrecks from what I see on 485 and I’m on it every other day from Huntersville to Ballantyne. Tailgating needs tickets more than speeding does 

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Got caught as he came into NC near that weigh station.  That section on both sides is all jammed with traffic with bumper to bumper slowdowns daily  saw 4 smokies on my way to the Heart Concert coming up 85 and 485 north. So I thought anything over 1/2 oz is a felony in NC. What it is in SC?

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5 minutes ago, section514 said:

Cruise control set to 14 over on highways. Insurance doesn’t get affected til 15 and cops know that. Pain of insurance going up is worse than ticket usually.  It’s not the speeding that kills people these days it’s the incessant need to swerve in and out of lanes to get one car ahead and ride bumpers (while texting on top of it). Knee jerk braking causes way more wrecks from what I see on 485 and I’m on it every other day from Huntersville to Ballantyne. Tailgating needs tickets more than speeding does 

I agree with you to an extent, but I will say a higher rate of speed in a crash makes death or serious injury more likely.

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David NewtonESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers defensive end Bryan Cox Jr., was cited on Wednesday with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and going 90 mph in a 65 mph speed zone on his way home from training camp in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Cox's 2015 Nissan was pulled on I-85 near Kings Mountain, N.C. "The club is aware that Bryan Cox Jr. was cited by law enforcement today,'' a team spokesperson said. "We are in the process of gathering information and have been in contact with the NFL and Bryan. We will have no further comment at this time.''

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Speeding 25 mph over the limit and riding dirty with the devils lettuce is never a good idea. 

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3 hours ago, Davidson Deac II said:

I would turn that around.  90 in a 65 is worse than the possession issue.  And probably a more significant legal and financial penalty.

As it relates to NC legal statutes, possibly.

As far as the NFL is concerned, definitely not.

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When I became an adult and got a career that paid well and knew that I could get random drug tests and if I failed I would lose my job I stopped doing all that...

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You would think throughout the whole process of college and what it takes to get to the NFL and then to actually make a team it would sink in to be smart.

i guess not.

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What does he drive? Some dude in a white Mercedes SUV blew by us going at least 100 this afternoon on 85.

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