From Comcast SportsNetATLANTA (AP) -- Atlanta Falcons running back Michael Turner was jailed on charges of drunken driving and speeding early Tuesday, just hours after he scored a touchdown in the team's win over the Denver Broncos.Turner, 30, of Suwanee, Ga., was booked into the Gwinnett County jail in metro Atlanta just after 5 a.m. Turner spent barely two hours behind bars before he was released on 2,179 bond, jail records showed.A Gwinnett County police officer pulled over Turner's black Audi R8 on Interstate 85 northeast of Atlanta after clocking the car at 97 mph -- 32 mph over the speed limit, said Cpl. Edwin Ritter, a police spokesman."The officer made contact with the driver who identified himself as 30-year-old Michael Turner of the Atlanta Falcons," Ritter said in a news release. "The officer could smell an odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the driver and proceeded to conduct a DUI investigation."Ritter said the officer arrested Turner after a field sobriety test. The police incident report was not immediately available.Hours before his arrest, Turner and the Falcons celebrated a 27-21 home victory over Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos."First and foremost, any time a player sheds negatively on our football team and on our organization, we are very disappointed," coach Mike Smith said. "This is a legal matter, and it's very well-defined how we have to proceed with it through the league, and we'll let this process run its course."Tuesday was the players' day off, but Smith said he met in his office with Turner."He knows that we are disappointed in the decisions that he made after the ballgame last night," Smith said.Smith declined to say whether Turner will be suspended when the Falcons (2-0) visit San Diego (2-0) on Sunday."There are certain parameters that are set in place by the collective bargaining agreement and the NFL and the NFLPA," Smith said. "Those guidelines will be followed in terms of what we can and cannot do."If there's going to be any internal discipline, that discipline will stay internally. That will be conversations that we have with Michael and the conversations that we've already had this morning."Turner scored the Falcons' first touchdown against Denver after jumping over a pileup of Atlanta and Broncos linemen in the first quarter. It was Turner's 51st touchdown for the Falcons, a franchise record.Turner, who played at Northern Illinois during his college career, joined the Falcons in 2008 after four seasons with the San Diego Chargers. Last year, he rushed for 1,340 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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Three things we learned from the Red Sox' 4-2 loss to the Detroit Tigers
BOSTON - Quotes, notes and stars from the Red Sox' 4-2 loss to the Detroit Tigers:
"He pitched as we had anticipated at the time of the trade.'' - John Farrell on Drew Pomeranz.
"I had a good curveball and I was locating my fastball a lot better. I was in a lot better counts all night, but I made one pitch that hurt us.'' - Pomeranz on his outing.
"He was able to limit the damage against a very good offensive team. He pitched well enough to win. I just wish we could have put more runs on the board for him.'' - Jackie Bradley Jr. on Pomeranz.
* Until Monday night, the Red Sox had won their last six series openers.
* Drew Pomeranz has allowed four or fewer hits in 12 of his 18 starts this season.
* Eleven of Travis Shaw's last 15 hits have been for extra bases.
* Jackie Bradley Jr. had his 25th multi-hit game.
* Sandy Leon is hitting .500 (11-for-22) with runners in scoring position.
* The Red Sox are 21-21 in games decided by two or fewer runs.
* Dustin Pedroia (walk, single) has reached base in 28 straight games.
* Xander Bogaerts has 133 hits through 97 games. Since 1940, only Wade Boggs (134 in 1983; 135 in 1987) and Adrian Gonzalez (135 in 2011) had more.
1) Justin Verlander
Verlander has enjoyed a bounce-back season of sorts this year, and the Red Sox got to see it up close Monday night as Verlander limited them a single run over six innings.
2) Jose Iglesias
The former Red Sox shortstop haunted his old team with a two-run homer in the sixth to put the Tigers ahead to stay.
3) Drew Pomeranz
The lefty absorbed the loss, but pitched well enough to win, giving up two runs in six innings while striking out seven.