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John Boyett and the 25 Most Moronic NFL Players

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John Boyett and His Moronic NFL Brethren

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NFL players are no different than you and me, except they play a game for a living and make an exorbitant amount of money for it. But they have bills, they work, they have families and on occasion they make moronic decisions. While the majority of these decisions are harmless, sometimes they can lead to others getting hurt, a player serving jail time, or both.

A lot of players who make these horrible decisions choose to do so after hitting it big; either making an NFL team their rookie season or earning a very large raise. Money seems to always play a part in not only athletes, but also other super-rich people, making very dumb decisions in their lives.

John Boyett happens to be one of the most recent NFL player to screw up. The rookie was arrested on September 2, 2013 for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and resisting law enforcement outside a bar in Indianapolis. Oh, and did we mention he told the officers, “you can’t arrest me, I’m a Colts player”. I’m guessing the officers had no idea who he was. Boyett’s offense fell on the harmless side, but it also cost him a spot on the Colts' roster.

These kind of moronic incidents have occurred throughout the history of the NFL; it’s not something that just started happening. There have been more than 25 moronic incidents, but these are some of the more recent ones to occur.

Now updated to include some of the more recent NFL morons to grace us with their presence this season.

Mathew Muncy is an Indiana Pacers writer for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @MMuncy, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.

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25. Riley Cooper

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25. Riley Cooper

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24. Donovan McNabb

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24. Donovan McNabb

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23. Antonio Cromartie

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23. Antonio Cromartie

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22. Mark Sanchez

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22. Mark Sanchez

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21. Justin Blackmon

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21. Justin Blackmon

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20. Pat McAfee

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20. Pat McAfee

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19. Dez Bryant

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19. Dez Bryant

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18. Von Miller

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18. Von Miller

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17. Rolando McClain

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17. Rolando McClain

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16. JaMarcus Russell

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16. JaMarcus Russell

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15. Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson

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15. Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson

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14. Ausar Walcott

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14. Ausar Walcott

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13. Aqib Talib

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13. Aqib Talib

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12. Albert Haynesworth

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12. Albert Haynesworth

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11. Ndamukong Suh

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11. Ndamukong Suh

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10. Adam Jones

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10. Adam Jones

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9. Ben Roethlisberger

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9. Ben Roethlisberger

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8. Richie Incognito

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8. Richie Incognito

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7. Plaxico Burress

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7. Plaxico Burress

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6. Titus Young

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6. Titus Young

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5. Ray Lewis

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5. Ray Lewis

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4. Donte Stallworth

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4. Donte Stallworth

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3. Sam Hurd

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3. Sam Hurd

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2. Michael Vick

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2. Michael Vick

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1. Aaron Hernandez

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1. Aaron Hernandez

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