Saints News 5/29/13: Saints Receiver Joe Morgan Arrested for DWI

Mike Ehrmann

The young receiver was found heavily intoxicated and asleep behind the wheel of a parked car. Come on, Joe. You gotta be smarter than that.



Say it ain't so, Joe

Asleep At The Wheel - Who Dat Social Club
The arresting officer reported that subject "was swaying on his feet, smelled of alcohol and had unsteady balance and bloodshot eyes." And, of course, Louisiana law enforcement personnel are never known to lie, exaggerate, perjure, or otherwise betray their public trust, so we have to figure the trooper was telling the truth (we’re generous that way).

Saints Receiver Joe Morgan Busted For Alleged DWI
The Earhart Expressway is a pretty damned busy highway. It's three lanes in either direction, and runs from New Orleans to the suburbs, and sometimes a Saints receiver passes out in his car in the middle of the road on a Saturday night.

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Saints WR Joe Morgan busted for DUI | ProFootballTalk
So much for a quiet Memorial Day weekend. While the Maurice Jones-Drew situation has not resulted in battery charges, news has emerged of a pair of arrests from the three-day holiday. First, it was Bucs safety Cody Grimm, arrested Sunday for public intoxication.

Saints wide receiver Morgan charged with DWI over the weekend | New Orleans Saints | The Sun Herald
Saints wide receiver Joe Morgan was arrested over the weekend and charged with DWI, according to reports from


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Let’s take a closer look at one of most intriguing prospects of the New Orleans Saints: Ryan Griffin. Westlake Village, California is his hometown where he was born on November 17, 1989. He spent his high school years at the Chaminade College Preparatory School in California where he brought the team to the state semifinals as a junior. After his senior year there he moved to Louisiana for his collegial studies at Tulane University; he recently graduated with a major in business management. In four years he appeared in 42 games with the Green Waves, started 39 of them and set a number of school records.

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