Stallworth Wide Open for Trouble in the End Zone

His nickname at the University of Tennessee was “Hands.” Too bad he didn’t use them on the wheel of his car on the morning of March 14th. Cleveland Browns’ wide receiver Donté Stallworth was driving his Bentley in Miami, Florida, when he struck and killed 59-year-old crane operator Mario Reyes who was trying to cross the street. The results of Stallworth’s sobriety test, taken at the accident scene are pending. If his BAC is found to have exceeded Florida’s legal limit (.08), then he can be charged with DUI manslaughter which carries a maximum 15-year prison sentence.

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