Denver, Colorado 2021-01-14 15:39:53 –
Denver — Faced with potential discipline from the NFL, Broncos, who launched Melvin Gordon’s running back, filed an acquittal petition in a drunk driving proceeding in a virtual court on Thursday.
The disposition is set on February 24th, with a preliminary hearing scheduled for April 2nd and a jury trial scheduled for April 8th. There may be a solution before the hearing.
Gordon was charged on October 14 with drunk driving and a 35mph zone at a speed of 73mph. Gordon may be interrupted by the league for three games, depending on the outcome of the incident. The NFL usually waits for the issue to be resolved in court before deciding on disciplinary action.
Gordon initially appeared in court on December 14, and the trial continued until Thursday. As a result, Gordon played against Broncos for the rest of the season. Backed by a strong second half, Gordon made a 986-yard 215 rush attempt to Broncos and nine touchdowns in 15 games (with a sore throat because he was not allowed to travel according to the COVID-19 protocol. I wasn’t able to play in the New England match).
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