It appears that the "bad" Peyton Manning portrayed on Saturday Night Live could be a model for a former Colts QB.
Jack Trudeau, who was a QB with the Colts from 1986 to 1993, was busted for partying with the teenagers. Hey Jack, no good can come from this. Ask Mark Chumura what kind of nasty things were written on the walls in the local high school.
Apparently Jack has watched too many TV cop shows where the crook says "You don't have a warrant" and the cops go away. The cops that showed up to his party went and got one when he pulled that card. What did they find?
"A warrant was obtained, and police later charged Trudeau with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Also, 12 people over the age of 18 were charged with possession of alcohol. Of those 12, five were also charged with resisting law enforcement after they were found hiding in the woods around the Trudeau home. One person who was younger than 18 tested positive for alcohol consumption and was turned over to parents."
Okay, so we may be giving Jack a hard time for doing some beer bongs with the Drama Club. To go along with it the Indy Star dug up every brush with the law he has had since 1986...including beatdowns, fighting with cops, and drunk driving. If it were not for him being 44 Jack could go to camp with the Bengals and likely get a job on his good behavior alone (Cheesy I know but it was wide open).
Sadly the Manning video from SNL has been removed from YouTube. I was going to fetch it for fun to go along with this post and found this message...
"This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by NBC Universal."
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