Attorney: Rashard Higgins, Jedrick Wills to plead not guilty to drag racing charges

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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Rashard Higgins and tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. will plead not guilty to drag racing charges, their attorney, Kevin Spellacy, told Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network.

Higgins and Wills were cited on Tuesday morning in Westlake, Ohio and received tickets for $124 each.

So nobody has ever tried to beat someone off the line at a red light for a max 30 meters? Ight.. Blowing it way out of proportion. Ik y’all road ragers have,” Wills said via his Twitter account.

The incident happened approximately 10 miles from the Browns’ team headquarters in Berea.

The charge is a first-degree misdemeanor punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

5 responses to “Attorney: Rashard Higgins, Jedrick Wills to plead not guilty to drag racing charges

  1. whats the deal with pro athletes??? youre not in hs or college any longer so….GROW THE HECK UP!!!!

  2. You are paying an attorney for a reason. Stay off social media and let the professional do the talking.

  3. Lol that’s consider drag racing and u should stay off of social media. Just pay the fine, and probably should be preparing for Sunday game. Pleading will cost u much less than that attorney. I can see why the Browns have outbreaks of covid running rampant now. SMDH!!

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