This would be very bad news for Denver, which just signed the former Patriots cornerback to a six-year, $57 million contract earlier this offseason. Geron went on to tweet further details of the incident.
#BREAKING Talib was arrested at about 1:45 this morning after being escorted out of Club Syn in 1200 block of Main St. #NFL
Sure, accidents happen, but as far as screw-ups go, the police department should probably make sure they actually know who's been arrested before tweeting out the information — especially when one is a millionaire pro athlete. Hopefully no one asked for an autograph while he was being booked.
Mr. Geron should be thankful he's part of a union.
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