Bills DB Whitner Arrested For Disorderly Conduct

Suddenly, Terrell Owens isn’t the biggest distraction in Buffalo anymore. Instead, that role falls to Donte Whitner, whose first big mistake may have been being a Bills player in Cleveland. Whether it’s that or his general bad timing in going off the boil outside the House of Blues — isn’t that supposed to be a chill concert venue? — he’s just made the Bills’ troubling offseason a bit longer by receiving counts of aggravated disorderly conduct and resisting police.

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(He didn’t run from the law, he fought it.)

According to Buffalo TV station WIVB, Whitner was arrested around 3 a.m. in Cleveland, as the former Ohio State star joined the likes of teammate Marshawn Lynch, Colts-turned-Broncos defensive end Darrell Reid and Cowboys linebacker Anthony Spencer among the ranks of NFL players to be booked and released this offseason. Add in the contentious contract negotiations of Jason Peters and the signing — and belated workout arrival — of Owens, and Buffalo has practically become a Dallas of the Great Lakes region.

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Houston Fans Forced To Miss Pats-Colts Game For Texans-Raiders Snoozefest


Woe to those TV viewers in Houston:

NFL map Pats Colts coverage

This map from THE506.COM shows the broadcasting range of Sunday’s NFL late game on CBS. Red represents the areas that will see New England face Indianapolis, while blue shows who’ll be seeing Houston vs. Oakland.While the rest of the country will be enjoying Super Bowl XLI 1/2 between the Pats and Colts, southeast Texas will be treated to a Texans-Raiders barnburner - meaning, you’ll want to lock yourself in a barn and set it on fire after watching it.

Barn fire

And for you folks in Cleveland (in gray) - you get nothing! Well, close to nothing. Due to NFL rules, the CBS game can’t be shown in your city because the Browns will be on Fox at the same time. Enjoy your game against the Seahawks!First the Cavs get swept, then the Indians blow it, and now this. These are not the best of times in northeast Ohio.