Sport: Football
Criminal History: Manslaughter
Time Behind Bars: Currently serving an 18-year sentence

When the wife and mother of his four children asked the former wide receiver for a divorce, Kane allegedly grabbed her by the hair, dragged her to the kitchen, bounced her head off the floor, and stabbed her in the neck. Kane landed a controversial plea bargain that dropped his second-degree murder charge to manslaughter, but was still sentenced to 18 years in prison.