It seems that Donte Stallworth, out of football for a year after being suspended for his conviction of vehicular homicide while intoxicated, has found somewhere to play football this upcoming season.
Stallworth, who was released by the Cleveland Browns as soon as he was reinstated by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, signed a contract today with the Baltimore Ravens.
The story from the Baltimore Sun RIGHT HERE
((Donte Stallworth plays football//Courtesy: Andy Lyons/Getty Images))
Stallworth, whose best season was a 70 catch year back in 2005 with New Orleans gives the Ravens some depth at a position where they are perennially weak. It also gives Stallworth, who reportedly had a $3 million dollar settlement agreement with the family of the man he killed, a chance to reclaim his career.
Here is some video of Stallworth pleading guilty in a Miami Courtroom. Thanks Miami Herald and the You Tube: