Couple of things broke today in the epic tale of an oversized/ overpriced Porsche and it's unknown driver. Depending on who you listen to, all three - or maybe just two - of the players subpoenaed to testify Friday have gotten a pass.
Looks like the "get outta Dodge" strategy has worked quite well to this point. The front office fellows still are on the hook, but at least the players got a reprieve. The Buffalo News article is intriguing in that it brings to light a couple of new details, in that Hardy may not have had much to do with anything and someone has actually come to Marshawn's defense publicly. I'll keep my cynical thoughts on those two things to myself. Also, in the WBEN interview with the commish (Police, not NFL) it is stated that "police cameras in the area did not capture an image of the driver". In my mind that says there's little to no evidence that ML was the driver. As long as everyone sticks to their constitutional rights to keep their mouths shut, the DA's got very little to charge him with. You lawyer types out there, is a witness statement and a positive vehicle ID enough for criminal charges?