Former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver pleads guilty to extreme DUI

Impending free agent Michael Floyd pled guilty to one count of extreme DUI Thursday in Scottsdale City Court.

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Michael Floyd will spend time in jail during the 2017 National Football League offseason.

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Floyd had a blood-alcohol level of 0.217 percent when police stopped him early December 12, according to results from the Scottsdale Police Department crime laboratory. Floyd's other six counts, stemming from his December DUI arrest, were dismissed. The majority of that time is expected to be spent on house arrest.

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The Cardinals waived Floyd shortly after the incident, at which point the Patriots swooped in to take a chance on the troubled receiver. His final sentence is 120 days, however he will not have to spend most of that time in actual jail. However, after seeing the changes that dropped on Floyd following his guilty plea, the interest to bring him back into the fold is now in question. He did play for the Patriots after being claimed and now has a Super Bowl ring, but they did deactivate him for the title game itself. Furthermore, he will serve 30 hours of community services, attend alcohol abuse courses and pay a fine of $5,000.