The New York Jets have yet to spell out Mike Goodson's fate on the heels of Friday's arrest, but at least one teammate believes the running back could be on his way out of Florham Park. After Goodson was nabbed Friday in New Jersey on weapons and drug charges, offensive lineman Willie Colon told the New York Daily News, "It's one of the things where it's zero-tolerance with stuff like that." "It's sad. Mike could have been huge for us," Colon said. "He wasn't around a lot, so I didn't really get to see him a lot. For the most part, I was kind of anticipating seeing how he was going to do in OTAs." Goodson was charged with suspicion of possession of marijuana (less than 50 grams), possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a loaded handgun, unlawful possession of a handgun and (still with us?) possession of hollow-point bullets after he and another man were discovered possibly intoxicated inside an SUV stopped on Route 80 in Denville.
Goodson's arrest could end Jets career, teammate says
NFL.com | May 18