Bradshaw wound up paying $351 in fines and costs under a plea agreement, and his driving privileges were suspended for six months. He was facing a second minor misdemeanor, a traffic charge, that was ultimately dismissed.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said that they plan to review Bradshaw’s case “under our policies.”
- Bills signed undrafted free agent safety Wes Miller to a contract on Monday.
- Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune reporst that the Buccaneers have signed WR Adam Humphries and veteran OL Edawn Coughman.
- According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, the Buccaneers signed rookie WR Donteea Dye.
Former Vikings OL Antonio Richardson announced that he’s retiring from football due to knee injuries.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank God, University of Tennessee and the Minnesota Vikings organization for the opportunity to live out my dream as an elite football player,” Richardson wrote on Twitter, via Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press. “Second, I’d like to thank my close ones for supporting me through this time.
“My love and passion for this game is infinite, but I understand that football careers don’t last long and unfortunately mine has ended due to injury. I can truly say I left it all on the field. I am forever thankful for my opportunities and I look forward to life after football.”