Patriots' Michael Floyd Gets Jail Time for DUI

Patriots' Michael Floyd Gets Jail Time for DUI

Patriots' Michael Floyd Gets Jail Time for DUI

On Friday, he plead guilty to an extreme DUI charge that will land him a jail sentence nearly twice as long as that. Floyd will spend 24 days there and then another 96 on house arrest.

Scottsdale police body camera footage showed Floyd passed out behind the wheel at the intersection of Camelback Road and Goldwater. Floyd's BAC at the time of his arrest was.217, almost three times the legal limit in Arizona.

As part of the plea deal, the six other charges against Floyd were dismissed. There was no way he was going to avoid jail time after blowing a.217 when he was arrested in mid-December.

Confused: Floyd speaks in a slurred voice and says he doesn't know why police have pulled him over.

When asked if there was alcohol in the vehicle or if he had drank while driving, Floyd replied, "Nothing to drink, no sir".

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Just two weeks after celebrating a Super Bowl victory with the New England Patriots, Michael Floyd is headed to a jail cell.

He recently won the Super Bowl with the New England Patriots, but was inactive for the game.

Floyd was also arrested for DUI while attending Notre Dame in 2011, as he had a BAC of.19.

Floyd becomes a free agent on March 9 and won't be able to sign with anyone until he's free from behind bars.

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