Joseph Randle won’t ever get another chance in the NFL, but he does have another chance to turn around his life.
A Kansas judge accepted the recommendation of attorneys Friday, handing the former Cowboys running back five years of probation stemming from an argument during a housewarming Pittsburgh Penguins Cheap Jerseys party two years ago, the Wichita Eagle reported. Sedgwick County District Judge Kevin O’Connor also agreed to consider reducing Randle’s probation by two years if he follows the rules of his probation and pays more than $3,000 in restitution to one of his victims plus other costs.
Randle already has served the six months in jail he received for each of the misdemeanors, so he will remain out of jail on bond until he faces sentencing for the felonies in August.
The Cowboys made Randle a fifth-round pick in 2013. They waived him November 4, 2015, as his legal problems began. He gained 992 yards from scrimmage in his three seasons and scored nine total touchdowns.
I want to put that behind me and not have it happen again.
He has watched the film over and over again, hoping to learn from what he calls self-inflicted mistakes. Green doesn’t want the performance, which came with Pro Bowl left Wholesale Jerseys From China tackle Tyron Smith inactive with an injury, to define him.
That’s life. You’re always judged against your last performance, Green said. I don’t need sympathy, man. This game isn’t based on sympathy, so that’s the last thing I’m looking for. I own up to that. You know what I mean? I’m trying to move past that and grow.
But the last thing I’m looking for is sympathy because my parents and how my dad raised me is much more tougher than that.
Green, 26, faces a make-or-break season. In the final year of his rookie contract after the Cowboys spent a third-round pick on him, he has played only 18 games with six starts.