Jeremy Lane Gets Manual Labor … In DUI Case
It’s a good thing Jeremy Lane is in shape … because he’s been sentenced to 2 days of manual labor in his DUI case, TMZ Sports has learned.
The former Seattle Seahawks cornerback was arrested for DUI back in January after cops say he was driving while high on marijuana.
He eventually pled guilty to the lesser charge of reckless driving and now we’ve learned he’s been sentenced to 2 years probation … and 2 days on a work crew.
Dolphins — Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State: An exceptional athlete (41½-inch vertical, 4.54-second 40 at the combine), maybe he’s the solution in a long-festering problem area where Julius Thomas most recently washed out. Like Thomas, Gesicki doesn’t block.
Lions (from 49ers via Patriots) —Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn: New coach Matt Patricia (and GM Bob Quinn) deal with old buddy Bill Belichick for the first time in this draft. And after a rousing speech from former Detroit WR Nate Burleson, the Lions take Johnson to address a ground attack that finished last in 2017, 2015 and hasn’t been better than 28th since 2013. Johnson ran for 18 TDs and nearly 1,400 yards against SEC competition, but his 6-0, 213-pound frame is reason for concern with a team that’s struggled to keep its backs healthy in recent years.
What the Ravens did with this pick was take their mindset regarding the quarterback position and throw it on its head. Taking Jackson with the last pick in the first round indicates that they believe he can be a credible starter and potentially an incredible talent, no matter the level of competition.
Into that jaded climate of public opinion stepped budget director Mulvaney, who is also the interim head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Speaking to a group of bankers, Mulvaney explained that, as a House member, he had rules about meetings with lobbyists. If a lobbyist had made campaign contributions to Mulvaney, he might get a meeting with the congressman. If a lobbyist had not given money, there would be no meeting.