The NFL explained this week that Jim Irsay hadn’t been punished, in part, since he hadn’t been charged.
Now, we’ll actually get to see if he is held to the same standard as players.
According to Fox 59 in Indianapolis, Irsay will be charged with two misdemeanors after his arrest in March on driving under the influence and drug charges.
If convicted, he could face up to a 60-day sentence.
According to the report, the drugs that were in his car at the time were oxycodone and/or hydrocodone, and mixing medications was described as the cause for his erratic driving.
He apparently told police he had just bought a home in a nearby neighborhood, and wasn’t sure where it was.