Jacksonville Safety G. Sensabaugh was arrested May 30th 2008 for reckless driving. He was caught doing wheelies on a motorcycle (he must know Kellen Winslow) and was promptly booked into the local jail. How the Jags managed to keep this quiet for over a week is beyond me.
The arrest occured prior to Roger Goodell (commish) making a rule which allows teams to be fined for player misbehavior, so the Jags won't be ponying up any cash. Still, this has to play into any decision the team makes about Sensabaugh. He has now been arrested twice, once for possession of a firearm, and now this.
Fool me once, shame on you... But, Fool me twice... shame on me.
I doubt the Jags will tolerate this behavior, not only the arrest, but the complete neglect of his body he showed through his reckless behavior. Teams make investments in players and want to know that they'll take care of themselves and not engander their body. Sensabaugh will really have to "show-up" or he's not only gonna be out of a starting job, he'll be searching for a new team.
Below is the entire article, but you can check out profootballtalk.com for more
Posted by Michael David Smith on June 5, 2008, 2:27 p.m.
Michael C. Wright of the Times-Union reports that Jaguars safety Gerald Sensabaugh was arrested May 30 for reckless driving in connection with an incident in which he was reportedly “doing wheelies on a motorcycle.”
The incident took place in Kingsport, Tennessee, where Sensabaugh was also arrested last year for carrying a firearm without a permit. Wright reports that the wheelies on the motorcycle were conducted on the same stretch of road where Sensabaugh was pulled over for speeding last year, which precipitated the firearm arrest.
The team said it’s aware of the situation but has no comment. Although we’re just learning about Sensabaugh’s arrest now, it took place two days before the NFL’s new policy of fining teams whose players get in legal trouble took effect, so the Jaguars have nothing to worry about there.
The incident will give Jacksonville its first points in this season’s Turd Watch standings.