In news that will likely mean absolutely nothing to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, New York Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson today entered a guilty plea for multiple charges stemming from an off-season incident in which he was found to be driving at excessive speeds and resisting arrest while in a vehicle that contained a loaded gun and a 12-year old child.
Sheldon Richardson isn’t going to jail, but #Jets DE isn’t out of woods yet —> https://t.co/5cMsNkF1pm pic.twitter.com/MroeGz5Ur8
— Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) January 26, 2016
Richardson, arguably the Jets most talented defensive player, will now wait to hear back from the NFL in regards to a likely suspension from Goodell as he prepares to do 100 hours of community service as directed by the court following his plea.
You can read more and continue the conversation in our New York Jets forum.