Kenton Keith has a bad sense of timing

Less than a week from the NFL Draft, where many people think the Colts will draft a RB with their first pick, Colts back-up RB Kenton Keith decided to get himself arrested outside a night club in the wee hours of the morning.

Ugh.

Seriously, I don't think there were a lot of Kenton Keith fans out there prior to this, and now there are even fewer. The stupidity of the whole thing is Keith didn't pull a Stephen Jackson (former Pacer) or anything. Cops told them to leave the parking lot, and like an idiot he started taunting them.

Again, ugh.

Now, is this on par with shooting people in a parking lot, dog fighting, or Pacman Jones? No, it isn't. Is it an unbelievably stupid move for a guy who is, essentially, fighting for his job come training camp this year? Yes. A thousand times, yes. I think it's time to punt K2 back up to Canada, because he was already on shaky ground prior to pissing off the cops. I'll leave it to JakeTheSnake to finalize this. From an email he sent me this morning:

In the interest of full disclosure, I thought everyone was overreacting with the take a running back in the second round movement, because I thought Kenton Keith still had room to grow and we had other areas that needed addressing.  Well, it looks like I was wrong.

 

Tip to KingRichard.

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