I'm normally not a Denver Post kind of guy, but this article is well done (especially that closing line). I agree with Kiszla that something smells fishy with this "road rage" incident. It could be wishful thinking on my part, but how did a Victoria's Secret employee have a perfect vantage point for the play by play on this - in that heavily congested traffic? IDK. She's not a living DVR cam is she? The odds that she saw everything, exactly as it happened, in those conditions, can't be great.... can they?
I think these athletes have every right to carry firearms... especially one who was there the night Darrent Williams lost his young life. Doom is a good guy..... I don't blame him for letting that parking attendant have it (all that was dropped so fast, you can't count it against him).... and I'm not going to crucify him for some speeding violations. Doom is our man.... we need to realize he's human and can make mistakes, no matter how rich he is or what his job description is. We've all been in road rage incidents, and someone throwing an "object" at the car I'm driving would piss me off to end as well. Still..... something doesn't seem right about all this.
Perhaps some guys from Doom's entourage did brandish weapons..... perhaps the vehicle Doom was driving did have a firearm in the glove compartment.... but I'm gonna wait before I believe a good guy like Elvis Dumervil, flashed his piece to a couple in broad daylight.... in the middle of a traffic congested street. I urge you to let this play out before we play the role of Roger GODell.... judge, jury, and executioner.