Bears’ Byron Pringle arrested for reckless driving on suspended license

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Bears wide receiver Byron Pringle was arrested on Saturday in Florida.

Pringle was arrested by Florida Highway Patrol for doing doughnuts on a public road, while driving on a suspended license, with a child in his car, according to TMZ.com.

He was charged with reckless driving and driving on a suspended license, according to the report.

The 28-year-old Pringle played for the Chiefs from 2018 to 2021. He signed a one-year contract with the Bears last month.

15 responses to “Bears’ Byron Pringle arrested for reckless driving on suspended license

  1. Arrested seems kinda extreme. There’s no way they arrest everyone for doing doughnuts in a parking lot without a license. Not even in a school parking lot. Pretty common behavior amongst young men, motorheads and on snow days.

  2. “Arrested seems kinda extreme. There’s no way they arrest everyone for doing doughnuts in a parking lot without a license. Not even in a school parking lot. Pretty common behavior amongst young men, motorheads and on snow days.” He was arrested for the SUSPENDED LICENSE, not “doing donuts.”

  3. A public ROAD is not a parking lot, and a child in the car. Depending on age, kid was probably enjoying it, but sounds like Pringle has some growing up to do.

  4. Doing doughnuts ON A PUBLIC ROAD, with a CHILD in the car? This dude went to college? Oy! I do not wonder why his license was suspended in the first place.

  5. Can you say Eberflop? Poles making Pace look like a good GM.

  6. There is nothing extreme about that arrest; rather, what is clearly extreme is this guy’s stupidity.

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