Yes, in a court of law, not the court of public opinion. Also, many people have been found "not guilty" by a jury of their peers but have in fact committed unlawful acts.
Here is a question for you: If you saw someone recorded molesting a child but the person was found "not guilty" in a court of law for whatever reason, would you allow that person to be alone with your child?
Desir loves Indy, loves the team; both players and organization. (I heard an interview). I think he would take slightly less to stay, but not a lot less. So then market offers (vs. Colts value offer) will determine whether he stays or leaves. He want's to take care of himself and his family. If our offer is close, I think he returns.
His trainer says it is not.
Bell’s trainer, Pete Bommarito of Miami’s Bommarito Performance Systems, responded by issuing a strong denial to Fansided.
"It’s so untrue it’s laughable and ridiculous,” Bommarito stated. “He has stuck to the plan and stayed in shape all year. It’s ridiculous. Where does this stuff come from? Who says this? Nobody asked me.
He knows, he won't get any contract unless he can first pass a physical, minimum. He'll be in shape on time, or possibly out another year...
Agreed, would he divide the locker room with antics when T.Y. goes off on an 11 catch massacre of the Texans and AB gets maybe a few short pass targets? (a hypothetical)
Quickest way to derail a team building toward the Super Bowl is get divisive characters to break up the locker room brotherhood.