Another NFL scandal: Byron Pringle arrested for doing doughnuts with a car with a canceled license

Another NFL scandal: Byron Pringle arrested for doing doughnuts with a car with a canceled license

 

It is no secret that the NFL offseason has long been fertile ground for arrest scandals and other types of offenses committed by active players, and this year has been no exception, adding one more this weekend, Chicago Bears wide receiver Byron Pringle. According to information obtained by the site TMZ, last Saturday while doing dangerous “donuts” with his car on a public road, in addition to doing so with his driver’s license suspended and, believe it or not, with a child, supposedly his son, in the back seats.

 

 

Incident in Pasco Country, Florida
According to the same report released by TMZ, police officers became aware of the incident that was committed with an Orange 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat around 6:00 pm (local time) in the town of Pasco County, Florida, this due to the smell of burning tires while doing this illegal stunt. It is no secret that the NFL offseason has long been fertile ground for arrest scandals and other types of offenses committed by active players, and this year has been no exception, adding one more this weekend, Chicago Bears wide receiver Byron Pringle.

 

 

According to information obtained by the site TMZ, last Saturday while doing dangerous “donuts” with his car on a public road, in addition to doing so with his driver’s license suspended and, believe it or not, with a child, supposedly his son, in the back seats. Incident in Pasco Country, Florida
According to the same report released by TMZ, police officers became aware of the incident that was committed with an Orange 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat around 6:00 pm (local time) in the town of Pasco County, Florida, this due to the smell of burning tires while doing this illegal stunt.

Another NFL scandal: Byron Pringle arrested for doing doughnuts with a car with a canceled license

In 2018, Pringle was not chosen after registering to the said Draft from Kansas State, but was signed as a free agent by the Kansas City Chiefs with whom he played for four seasons, including winning Super Bowl LIV against the San Francisco 49ers. Last March 20, he signed a one-year contract with the Bears, but this incident could seriously question his continuity with the team from the “Windy City”.

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