The Jay Graves Report

If OU’s Rodney Anderson were in the NFL he would have been suspended 6 games for accusations alone!

Oklahoma's Rodney Anderson will not be charged with sexual assault. Photo: Sports Illustrated

On Friday the woman that accused Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson of rape suddenly dropped the protective order against him after the Cleveland County District Attorney’s office declined to press charges on him. Accordin’ to the prosecutor’s office there wasn’t enough evidence along with witness testimonies and text messages to charge ole boy with a crime.

However, if Anderson were in the NFL the league would have suspended him for 6 games just like they did Ezekiel Elliott. No charges filed, texts messages and witness testimonies to dispute the incident in question but Zeke is still guilty of a crime that he wasn’t charged with that will still cost him 6 pay checks.

Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! There should be a rule in place between the NFL and the NFLPA that states that a player has to be charged with a crime in order to be disciplined by the league for that crime. You can’t just start suspendin’ boyz on accusations that may not be true.

Not only did this woman down at Oklahoma ruin that man’s name but she could have sent him to prison for most of his life and kept him from gettin’ a good job for the rest of his life with a felony. Once the prosecutor’s office decided not to charge Anderson I thought that it was shady for a person that filed a protective order for their safety to drop the order now that he’s not bein’ charged.

That’s makes no sense. You would think that if he’s not been charged that a person that’s been raped would be even more afraid for their safety. Then the more time goes by we start to hear more foolishness surroundin’ this situation from her friends.

Accordin’ to the prosecutors she never told him no when they had sex and that she called a friend while in the bathroom that she was excited that ole boy was at her crib.

Now it’s bein’ reported that ole girl told a friend accordin’ to The Oklahoman that “this would be a ‘great thing’ for her political career following the Air Force.” She told police that Thornton said “female-empowered political organizations would love something like this.”  

So this chick was willin’ to ruin this man’s life for her own personal gain and the dull NFL would have helped her by suspendin’ him if he’d been in the league already. Even if no charges would have come out of this foolishness ole boy, like Zeke, would have been sittin’ because he was accused of a crime that never made it to court. That’s the precedence bein’ set now by the NFL. As long as a player is accused they are guilty in the eyes of the Roger Goodell.

Thank goodness that the University of Oklahoma cared more about winnin’ a national title than that did about jammin’ a boy up on an accusation. I’m bein’ sarcastic but you get my point. They could have jumped off of the cake stand into the punch bowl without waitin’ for the police and prosecutor’s office to investigate throwin’ him off of the team and out of school on her word alone but they didn’t.

In this country you’re supposed to be innocent until proven guilty not the other way around and I’m glad the dun wasn’t in the NFL already. And let me say this before I get out of here. Women that lie about sexual assault or rape should be sentenced to the same amount of time that the dun they accused is facin’. Stop me when I start lyin’!

Playas Thesaurus: 

1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.

2) Ole boy or ole girl: noun – the person that I’m currently talkin’ about male or female.

The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”

The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!