Sports
by Andy Moore on September 17, 2013

Last night, Oklahoma senior defensive back Kass Everett, like the rest of the country, really, really wanted to play Grand Theft Auto V. But there was a problem. 

(Look at that timestamp. Don't these guys practice at like 8 a.m.? Anyway.) 

Kass was quickly offered a helping hand by former Sooner and current Arizona Cardinal Tony Jefferson. But Jefferson soon realized that the feds were watching. That they're always watching.

And here they are:

Krass, to his credit did manage to get his hands on a copy last night at 2:30 a.m. (Christ, do these guys sleep?) 

But in a perfect world, this whole thing would never be a story. Let NFL players buy their buddies murder-and-prostitution simulators! It's the American way.

[H/T: FTW]