Former NFL linebacker Aldon Smith reportedly showed up to the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.40 and was arrested Friday for a violation of his parole.
Evan Sernoffsky of the San Francisco Chronicle reported the news ahead of Smith’s court date Wednesday.
A BAC of 0.40 is five times the legal driving limit in the state of California and can cause severe internal damage. It is considered above the level of impairment from surgical anesthesia.
Solder is a little old (turns 30 in April) to become the highest-paid offensive lineman in the league, but left tackles with solid production and experience don’t hit the open market often. New York had to pounce in order to nail down the edge, especially after it lost out on Norwell inside. Now the Giants’ attention can fall on left guard and center through the next waves of free agency and the draft.
San Francisco falls short of an “A” because, even with the team-friendly deal for its former Seahawks tormenter, Sherman is entering his age-30 season and coming off a ruptured Achilles. Beyond the risk, if Sherman is healthy, he should pay off as a heady cover man and a much-needed leader for a promising young defense.
“Well it’s too tough to keep this secret any longer,” Kelly wrote. “We thought we had a plan until I found out a few days before Christmas, that God had a different one. I enjoyed getting to surprise Matthew on Christmas morning with some news he was for sure not expecting. We are excited to announce that we will be adding another baby to the family!”
Kelly also noted the baby is due during training camp.
The couple, who met while both were attending the University of Georgia, were married in April 2015.
Offense has been the Dodgers’ chief problem one week in, as they got shut out three times in their first nine games and failed to get a home run from their outfielders (and just a .542 OPS). As a result, Clayton Kershaw opened the year 0-2 in three starts despite allowing just four runs — three of them on solo homers hit by left-handed hitters. — Kahrl