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Brandon Underwood Pleads Not Guilty to a Charge of Disorderly Conduct

Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood pleaded not guilty today to a disorderly conduct charge in connection to an incident with his wife on June 16 according to Charles Davis of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Underwood, 25, appeared without his attorney before Brown County Court Commissioner Lawrence Gazeley and is scheduled for a pre-trial hearing on Sept. 13. His trial is set for Sept. 26. Underwood said his attorney, Barry Cohen of Elkhart Lake, had prior engagements in Madison.

Underwood is accused of ripping a necklace off his wife, Brandie Underwood, that the Packers gave her the night players and team officials received their Super Bowl XLV rings at a ceremony in the Lambeau Field Atrium.

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One Response to “Brandon Underwood Pleads Not Guilty to a Charge of Disorderly Conduct”

  1. John Zoul says:

    Brandon Underwood, we wish him the best of luck. I hope he catches on with another nfl team. He was a disappointment as a Packers player. But, maybe that was because he simply did not have what it takes…

    On a much sadder note, I just read that Johnny Jolly was arrested for a third time, apparently in possession of a codeine-laced liquid just before 2 A.M. as a passenger in someone’s vehicle in Houston.

    Well, three strikes and you’re out. He is quite obviously a codeine addict. He has ruined an otherwise promising career. He needs to move away from Houston and Texas, but, first, should be admitted to a serious drug addiction treatment center.

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