Sport: Football
Criminal History: Drug trafficking
Time Behind Bars: Three years

In the '80s, becoming a cocaine dealer was the fastest growing profession in Miami and former Dolphins running back "Mercury" Morris was an entry level kingpin. Police raided the home of Morris in the summer of '82 and discovered a large quantity of cocaine, a stack of cash, and an assortment of firearms. Morris was charged with drug trafficking and did almost four years in prison before a judge declared he was “unfairly prohibited from presenting certain testimony at his trial.” Now a free man, Morris has taken full advantage of his second chance at life by becoming the noble, self-appointed blowhard for the '72 "perfect season" Miami Dolphins.