There was more bad news for OJ Simpson last night as, after having been sentenced to 15 years in prison for kidnap and armed robbery, it was announced that the team he once played for, the Buffalo Bills, had asked for his great name to be de-inductified from the Pro Football Hall Of Fame.
The Bills have also asked Simpson to return his famous number 32 jersey.
Simpson played for Buffalo between 1969 and 1977, becoming, in 1973, the first player to pass the 2000-yard rushing mark.
Having murdered his wife, Nicole Brown, and her lover, Ronald Goldman, in 1994 however, he fell on hard times, and although he subsequently wriggled out of that one, he has now been jailed for the crimes mentioned above.
Buffalo owner Ralph Wilson said:
"The Juice is a disgrace. That last season he had for us, he ran only 16 yards. Terrible, and then there were those darned murders. He should be ashamed. We want his name removed from the Hall of Fame, and we want the number 32 jersey back where it belongs."