Dorial Green-Beckham arrested for DWI

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The 2017 season is coming to an end and wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham didn’t play a single snap.

The chances of the 2015 second-round pick convincing a team to let him change that in 2018 took a hit this weekend. Green-Beckham was arrested early Saturday morning in Missouri.

A police report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol shows Green-Beckham was taken in on charges of DWI, failure to display valid plates and a window tint violation. He has since been released.

The Titans picked Green-Beckham early in 2015 and then traded him to the Eagles for offensive lineman Dennis Kelly. He was released in June after 36 catches for 392 yards and two touchdowns during the 2016 season.

Green-Beckham was dismissed from the University of Missouri after a series of off-field issues involving marijuana and an accusation of domestic violence.

10 responses to “Dorial Green-Beckham arrested for DWI

  1. He was a beast at Mizzou but never got his NFL career on-track.
    Hopefully he’ll learn to win in the Game of Life.

  2. drunkraider says:
    December 31, 2017 at 1:27 pm
    no fall guy to drive you?

    ********************************

    You know it’s over when you cannot even get a ride from one of your former entourage members.

    At least no one was injured or killed.

  3. Not only is he dumb enough to drive under the influence, he had bad plates on the car and illegal window tint? Why not just get.messed up and drive your car into the side of the police station so the cops don’t have to go.out looking for You? Stupidity is not rare.

  4. as a titans fan who knows the season is probably over today…i smile becuz mularkey will get fired and becuz of this…what an idiot

  5. Sad, has the size and speed of Julio Jones but the brain of a 13 year old child.

    Saw this guy in high school and he was literally unstoppable. I thought him choosing MU over Alabama would keep his head straight but maybe a bigger program and a guy like Saban would’ve gotten him in line. I can’t begin to imagine why you’d continue to throw all that away but you only get so many chances.

  6. He is just a bad human. DUI happens and probably not his first time, first time caught. But, dragging another person down the steps should have been a sign to teams. Teams should consider the value in drafting players with these obvious problems –dui, etc. Mayfield might be a good player, but look at all the other nonsense –was he really running on foot from the police?

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