So, what firearms did Burress have in his house?
That's just fantastic. And, as I said, they also managed to grab his sweats that he wore that hilarious night where he shot himself. But don't worry, that's not all. There was supposedly something else found at the house.
Ok, so just to go over this again, Plax had weapons in his house and a suitcase full of cash. Perhaps Plax is starting a second career as a gun runner to unstable African nations or possibly preparing for the inevitable fall of capitalism and the free-for-all when that occurs or, last but not least, singlehandedly attempting to revive the New Jersey state militia.
Now, the one thing to remember here is that police don't yet know if the firearms they found in the house are actually registered or not. I'm going to go out on a limb and say at least one of them is not. That will of course make it a little tougher for Plax to potentially play football again.
One last thing I'd just like to mention, for sheer comedy's sake, is that Plax's wife is actually a licensed New York attorney. I don't know how many of you know how hard it is to pass the New York state bar, but it's not easy at all. Plax's wife is obviously smart, much smarter than he is. Which I guess begs the question of why on earth she's married to a guy that seems to be on the verge of starting his own militia. But then that's a question to answer another time.
Weapons, ammo, pants seized from Burress' home [AP]