Alvin Kamara Assault Footage


Lifelong member of the Good Guys Club
Jul 27, 2009
He’s got only himself to blame. Why you would jeopardize a multi million dollar contract because of perceived “disrespect” from some random stranger is beyond stupidity. Like dude, you’re a premiere athlete and a millionaire, who cares if some random guy is talking ****? Honestly he deserves everything coming his way. But, this is the NFL we’re talking about, so he’ll either be banned from the league or get a 1 game suspension.


Salsa and Shine lite my fahr
Apr 8, 2012
Every big time sports person should have to take a mandatory class titled "When drunken jack wagon confornts you, this is what you do...101"
Class is basically just WALK AWAY. Kills me these grown adults have the thick skin to take a beating on gameday and the trash talking that goes with it, but a random person says smack in a hotel, casino, nightclub, and the knee jerk reaction is retaliate...sad commentary on society as a whole.

Not saying Alvin was right or wrong, or provoked or not...just saying if you are a person that has that kind of money, visibilty, and following you WALK AWAY.
Now some of that money sure enough gonna walk away. He's bound over so I'm assuming this is a felony. I see 4-6 dominos tumbling, starting with attorney fees all the way to possible game suspension(s) in '23. Civil action in the middle. Dang skippy shoulda walked away!!
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Aug 30, 2009
I want the entire story but jumping a dude with all your buddies is pathetic. Especially if you and your buddies are pro athletes. At minimum square up with the dude by yourself.


Well-Known Member
May 6, 2009
Having done some idiotic things and been in plenty of situations that I should have never been in when I was younger.....I have never once understood what a group of people get out of beating a single person. Just disgusting. Lost all respect.for that dude. No excuse for that. Bama can have him.
Dec 22, 2012
God blesses him with all of the talent in the world, the ability to make millions of dollars, and still yet, he feels the need to put himself in “TERRIBLE” situations. If you walk down a bad path that “you choose”, you will pay the consequences (as it should be). I have no tolerance for thug behavior.
I don't feel like this is professional behavior. He supposed to prove he's a professional on and off the field. I'd have a hard time keeping him in my organization if I were making decisions for an NFL team.

People make mistakes and can be forgiven. There is a cost to your actions that you must pay. Jail/fine? Maybe. A "professional" athlete? No, not when displaying this type of lifestyle and behavior. I probably at least want to suspend him for a year w/o pay and make him complete classes.


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Oct 21, 2014
More than you realize, Double D. I fear this disgusting event is representative of the sickness in society in general. From the cowardly ganging up on a single person, the behaviors of male and female Karens, and ever-present projecting of misconduct onto the victim. Utterly refusing to be responsible for ones own conduct, criminal and otherwise. We're sick, and severely need an outside remedy, whether heavenly, or extraterrestrial. As humanity has proven to be too stupid to self-correct. We seem to insist on repeating the worst attitudes and behaviors over and over. Thuggism comes in all sizes, shapes, hues, and forms. Along with excuses for it. Seen it all, and all across the country.
Woodsman, your 'wisdom to know understand wisdom' description seems good, and ^ that statement is profound ^ --

Here's something from the Bible (written approx 2500 years ago),

book of James, Chapter 3 (notice how this NIV emphasizes the wrong kind of wisdom as " "wisdom" " (in quotes)) :

Two Kinds of Wisdom

13Who is wise and understanding among you? Let them show it by their good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom. 14But if you harbor bitter envy and selfish ambition in your hearts, do not boast about it or deny the truth. 15 Such “wisdom” does not come down from heaven but is earthly, unspiritual, demonic. 16For where you have envy and selfish ambition, there you find disorder and every evil practice.

17 But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere. 18 Peacemakers who sow in peace reap a harvest of righteousness.

Proverbs 4:
5Get wisdom, get understanding; do not forget my words or turn from them.
6Do not forsake wisdom, and she will preserve you; love her, and she will guard you.
7Wisdom is supreme; so acquire wisdom. And whatever you may acquire,a gain understanding.
8Prize her, and she will exalt you; if you embrace her, she will honor you.
9She will set a garland of grace on your head; she will present you with a crown of beauty.”
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