Seahawks' Boykin in vehicle that hit 7 on Dallas sidewalk

Doyle BarkerMar 29, 2017

Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Trevone Boykin was arrested Monday after being involved in a auto accident in Dallas, according to jail records. Three of them were taken to the hospital with injuries like a broken ankle and a dislocated arm. As a result, he was among two people who were arrested while the driver of the vehicle was also arrested on suspicion of DUI charges.

Boykin, 23, was arrested on misdemeanor charges of marijuana possession and public intoxication in the early hours of March 27 after the crash.

None of the people hit on the sidewalk were seriously injured. None have life-threatening injuries, but the accident was just the start of Boykins' latest troubles. As of Monday morning, Boykin's bond has not been set.

Boykin is now on probation for an incident in 2015 when he was TCU's starting quarterback. He was suspended from playing for TCU before the 2016 Alamo Bowl after assaulting a police officer during a bar fight.

Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Trevone Boykin has been arrested again.

Boykin was listed as a passenger but was arrested on related drug charges and public intoxication. "We are still gathering information and are disappointed", the Seahawks said in a statement.

If prosecutors move forward to revoke his probation, officials say he faces up to 1 year in Bexar County Jail and up to a $4,000 fine. Boykin threw his first career touchdown pass September 25 against San Francisco.

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