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Quite frankly, he is an idiot.

Forget that he might have screwed up his career, he is an adult and made his choice. He must live with the consequences.

But now, this "role model" set the example. How? By riding without a license. Just the type of behavior we should encourage.

I do not know the law in PA, but in DC, if you are operating a vehicle without a proper, valid license for that vehicle, the accident is your fault. Why? You should not be operating that vehicle, period.

No one can say of rider trainig would have made a whit of difference in this event. I can say that without a license, he had NO BUSINESS riding that bike. His error is compounded in the fact that he is a star football player and his reckless actions made the newspaper.

You know, I don't make millions a year, but somehow I manage to have a valid motorcycle license. My two cars and my motorcycle are properly registered and insured, and I am just "some guy", not a star. He should be held to the exact same standard as the rest of us.

I truly hope he makes a public appolgy for his behavior. I would also not be unhappy if he faced legal action for riding without a license.

Wow, two people with the influence to positively portray bikes and they both crash, without a license.
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