We saw the video of Green Bay Packers tight end Lance Kendricks getting pulled over by cops. We saw him admit that he was smoking weed. There’s a police report that states weed was found in his vehicle.
However, Kendricks has not be charged with anything as of yet.
“I was actually given a warning for a speeding ticket,” Kendricks said. “I wasn’t cited, and I wasn’t arrested. So everything else is not true.”
Although Kendricks hasn’t been charged, that doesn’t mean he won’t be. Charges can be issued months later and have been in the past.
However, considering Kendricks got pulled over back in September, you’d have to think it’s possible that he’s out of the woods.
If there are no charges, there can be no NFL suspension, which is really the key component in all of this. If Kendricks were charged, we’d expect a one-game suspension to open the 2018 season.
Receiver Geronimo Allison received the same punishment for the same offense to open the 2017 season. It’s expected that rookie running back Aaron Jones will also be sitting out the first game of his sophomore season because of the same.