Bears' Byron Pringle arrested: Ex-Chiefs WR reportedly charged with reckless driving, had child in back seat

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New Chicago Bears pass receiver Byron Pringle was apprehended in Florida on Saturday and charged with negligent driving in addition to driving while license suspended or withdrawed, per WFLA News Channel 8 in Tampa. Pringle was observed by Florida Highway Patrol doing donuts in his Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.

According to apprehend files gotten by News Channel 8, officers initially discovered a cloud of smoke that “reduced the visibility to nearly zero” for motorists heading west. They then stopped Pringle and discovered he had a kid in the rear seats. After running his license, officers found it was suspended. 

Pringle was then supposedly informed he was under arrest for negligent driving, and officers stated he disregarded spoken commands and ended up being confrontational. He was ultimately collared, and charged with negligent driving and driving while license suspended or withdrawed.

The 28-year-old signed a one-year handle the Bears simply last month. Pringle invested his very first 3 NFL seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, and had a profession year in 2021 with 42 catches for 568 backyards and 5 goals. In the wild-card match versus the Pittsburgh Steelers this past January, he captured 2 goals. Pringle is from Tampa, and went to Kansas State University prior to going undrafted in the 2018 NFL Draft. In 46 profession video games, he has actually captured 67 passes for 898 backyards and 7 goals. 

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