To be honest, we were wondering when we would see someone try this… [Ryan Craven] has successfully built a working hovercraft that looks like a skateboard. It floats on two pockets of air generated by four Black and Decker leaf blowers...Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf was released from prison on Wednesday after serving over two years in Montana.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf's sad tale, from on-the-field disappointment to off-the-field troubles, can perhaps start on a path to a better ending now. Leaf was released from prison in Montana on Wednesday and placed under the supervision of Great Falls Probation and Parole, a Montana state official told the Great Falls Tribune. Show More Summary
Why, yes, the tale of Ryan Leaf can get sadder. For proof, here is his latest mugshot, snapped yesterday before he was released from a Montana prison. Leaf, once the man with the arm that could not fail (except it did), now kinda looks like a sad dad. A really sad dad. Oh boy, this is sad. Read more...
Ryan Leaf, former San Diego Chargers quarterback, is out of prison. Leaf, who played college ball as a Washington State Cougar, was released from prison on Wednesday after serving two years in prison. In 2012 Leaf was convicted of breaking into a home in Montana and stealing prescription drugs. Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf's life has been characterized by broken dreams, crushed ambitions, and the ravages of addiction, but today for the first time in years, the former number 2 overall NFL draft pick received some good news: Leaf was released from...Show More Summary
Well, he’s still perhaps the worst draft pick in NFL history. But at least Ryan Leaf is out of the hoosegow. According to Andrea Fisher-Nitschke of the Great Falls Tribune, Leaf was released from a Montana prison on parole Wednesday. Leaf spent roughly half of his five-year sentence on drug and burglary charges in a Montana…
Ryan Leaf, the No. 2 overall draft pick in the 1998 NFL draft behind Peyton Manning, was released Wednesday from a Montana prison after serving more than two years for felony drug possession and burglary.
Ryan Leaf went to prison after breaking into a house near Great Falls, Montana in 2012 in order to steal prescription pills.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was released from a Montana prison Wednesday... more than two years after beginning his 5-year sentence for breaking into a home to steal Rx pills. But Leaf isn't in the clear yet... the #2 overall pick in the…
Ryan Leaf, the controversial former NFL quarterback, has been released from a Montana prison after serving more than two years. According to Judy Beck, spokeswoman for the Montana Department of Corrections, via Andrea Fisher-Nitschke...Show More Summary
The former San Diego Chargers and Washington State player has served more than two years in prison after breaking into a home near Great Falls in 2012 to steal prescription pills
Ryan Leaf was released from prison Wednesday after serving two years. Ex-San Diego Chargers quarterback Ryan Leaf was released from a Montana prison Wednesday after serving over two years for breaking into a house for prescription pills, according to the Associated Press. Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf, the former NFL quarterback who was the No. 2 pick in the 1998 draft, has been released from a Montana prison. Leaf, who served more than two years in prison after breaking into a home near Great Falls to steal prescription pills in 2012, is now under the supervision of Great Falls Probation […]
Elsewhere, Minnesota has won three straight and Philly has lost three in a row. Ryan Kesler makes his return to Vancouver for the first time since being traded. It's going to be a busy Thursday across the NHL with 11 games to run with...Show More Summary
Why some movies spark conversation and others don't.
At some point near the end of my historic run in college – seriously, I’m the Ryan Leaf of college-to-pro regressions – I became obsessed with the movie Once Upon a Time in America, starring Robert DeNizzy (distant relative of Donato Dozzy, I do believe) and directed by Sergio Leone. Show More Summary
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been sentenced to five years in Texas prison after being found guilty of violating his probation stemming from a 2012 drug charge, but will not be forced to spend any time in jail. According to an...Show More Summary
One of the biggest busts in NFL history just got busted--again. Kinda. Sorta. A Texas court sentenced Ryan Leaf to five years in prison for violating his probation terms. The second pick in the 1998 draft--right behind a guy named Peyton Manning--broke into a Montana home and stole prescription drugs several years ago. Show More Summary