Dennard's jury trial underway in Nebraska

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Dennard's jury trial underway in Nebraska

Alfonzo Dennard is in court today.
The Patriots cornerback is on trial in Lancaster County, Nebraska for felony assault and two misdemeanor charges. Dennard was arrested outside a bar in Lincoln, Nebraska for allegedly pushing and punching a police officer in the head. He was booked on suspicion of third-degree assault, third-degree assault of an officer, and resisting arrest.
The incident happened just five days before the NFL draft. Once thought to be a second or third round pick, Dennard wasn't selected by the Patriots until the seventh round. He played 599 of 1,112 defensive snaps(53.9-percent)for New England in 2012, according to ESPNBoston.
Today's jury trial, documented by the Lancaster County District Court, is scheduled from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. The 23-year old faces up to five years in prison and a 10,000 fine if convicted.

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Actually, no lifeless body. Watched it a second time. No lifeless body.

Brady has graduated from sliding down waterslides and cliff-diving to this latest offseason effort to make sure everyone still cares about his safety.  

They do.

Next season, Russian Roulette.

If you french fry when you're supposed to pizza, you're gonna have a bad time! Trust me!!!

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