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Former Giants wideout and current guest of the State of New York Plaxico Burress was denied a work-release application, one which would have allowed him to suit up for the 2010 season.
Plaxico Burress, that guy who caught the game-winning touchdown against the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII, is acting up in jail.
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Plaxico Burress had a couple of visitors over the weekend, unfortunately they brought along some contraband that didn't make it back to his cell.
Former NFL wide receiver Plaxico Burress began his two-year prison sentence after surrendering himself to New York authorities this morning.
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The months between the Super Bowl and season opener can be horrible for die hard football fans.
Lil' Boosie has been goin’ through some thangs.
While former New York Giants wideout Plaxico Burress has received forgiveness for the person he shot in the leg in a New York City nightclub--himself.
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Once upon a time, on the banks of the Red Cedar, former MSU football phenom Plaxico Burress shot himself in New York.
Former New York Giants receiver Plaxico Burress accepted a plea deal that will see him serve two years in jail for discharging a handgun within New York City limits nine months earlier.
BREAKING: PLAX IS GOING TO JAIL.
On Monday, former New York Giant wide receiver Plaxico Burress was indicted on charges of possession of a loaded weapon and reckless endangerment.
When I called Michael Vick the black Brett Favre last week, I was speaking (perhaps crudely) to the nature of his future--short on clues but long on speculation as to where his professional football career might resume (I'm still pulling for the UFL and then the CFL in 2010).