So Tank was pulled over for a suspected DUI. All the vultures (especially those on FanNation) started circling, stating how bad a person Tank is, how he'll never play in the NFL again, how he SHOULD never play in the NFL again, comparing Tank to Pacman, calling him a thug, etc, etc, ad nauseum. The Bears release him prematurely (which, of course had NOTHING to do with his non-arrest, as they assure us), and now will watch him play for another team.
Even now that Tank is found not to have been over the legal limit, the boobirds are at it. The blood test wasn't done until after he'd gotten to the police station, blah blah blah. He shouldn't have been driving with alcohol in his system at all, blah blah blah. He hasn't turned his life around, and won't, blah blah blah. There sure must be a lot of innocent people in the world, judging by the number of people casting stones at Tank...still. He could save New Orleans, donate to a thousand charities, and pay off the national debt and it'd be the same old story from these jokers.
I'm with Al and Tank, myself. He's still got a half-year suspension to deal with, and then he has a career to think about, regardless of the boobirds. There's also the matter of league fallout from the non-arrest, but that looks like it will be minor. He handled himself with class in the aftermath of the Bears' releasing him (although I would've liked to have seen a press conference instead of a statement). Tank just needs to stick to the path, and remember that there will always be those who will be watching and want to see him stray for their own selfish reasons. Nobody said it was going to be easy.
And for you boobirds, the title says it all.