NFL Mock Draft 2015: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select Jameis Winston (CSC)

With the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (represented by hack GM extraordinaire HansDat) select… Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State University You get three guesses (and the first two don’t count) of what the featured seafood item will be on the menu at his draft party. Conventional wisdom ALL ..

Saints CB Dixon arrested after scooter incident in Miami

Mon, 30 Mar 2015 01:45:54 GMTBy Nick Underhill
nunderhill@theadvocate.comNew Orleans Saints cornerback Brian Dixon was arrested in Miami for resisting an officer without violence to his person, Miami Beach Police said.
Dixon was in custody at Turner G..

New Orleans Saints cornerback Brian Dixon arrested

NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Saints said they are aware cornerback Brian Dixon was arrested in Miami on Sunday morning and booked with resisting an officer. Nola.com reports (http://bit.ly/1CzO8ce ) that he posted bond and was released from jail Sunday&#8230

Dixon accused officers of racial bias – (Profootball Talk)

Saints cornerback Brian Dixon was arrested early Sunday after an incident involving a moped.  Specifically, he was arrested for resisting arrest.  It still remains unclear what he was being arrested for when he allegedly resisted arrest. Nick Underhill of the New Orleans Advocate has obtained the police report. According to the report, police officers saw Dixon&#8230

Saints cornerback arrested in Miami Beach – (Profootball Talk)

Saints cornerback Brian Dixon has been arrested in Miami Beach for resisting arrest without violence.  Per multiple sources, the arrest occurred early this morning. It’s unclear why Dixon was being arrested in the first place.  He’s charged only with resisting arrest. The Saints will now have to decide whether to resist the temptation to sever&#8230

Dixon arrested after moped incident – (Profootball Talk)

Saints cornerback Brian Dixon was arrested for resisting arrest, but not for anything else.  Which raises a legitimate question about what he was being arrested for when he resisted arrest. That logic still seems to be lost on the authorities in South Beach, but Nick Underhill of the New Orleans Advocate offers some additional details&#8230