Monday, December 27, 2010

Sergio Kindle charged with DUI, has more charges than games played

Sergio Kindle/Courtesy: wbal-tv
Geez. Sometimes, they make it too easy. The top draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens this past season, one Sergio Kindle, was arrested last night and charged with speeding, DUI and failure to obey traffic control devices.

Read more from WBAL-TV RIGHT HERE

Yes, this isn't Mr. Kindle's first dance with those in law enforcement. While at the University of Texas, he was arrested for DUI in 2007 at age 20, we might add,  and in 2009, he drove into a parked building, yes, I said a building.

He wasn't playing this season due to injuries suffered when he fell down not one, but two flights of stairs. Read our story from that incident in July of this year....RIGHT HERE

Amazingly, the Ravens still gave Kindle a contract for this season. Granted, it was for essentially the league minimum, $320,000, but still he's getting paid essentially for doing nothing other than showing up. Based on reports, Kindle may never actually play for the Ravens...or anyone else and while we feel badly that the injury suffered in the fall down the stairs may have derailed his career before it started, in the long run, the Ravens probably don't need the headache's a healthy Kindle would cause.

Here is some video of Kindle when he was still playing the University of Texas.

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