Tallahassee Police let a future draft pick off after hit and run
According to Chase Goodbread of NFL.com the Tallahassee Police department is under fire again. This time they let not one but two futrure draft picks off with a hit and run incident.
Florida State’s P.J. Williams, one of the top cornerbacks in college football, was involved in a two-car accident while driving with a suspended license in the early hours of Oct. 5, and fled the scene without the consequences of a hit-and-run charge, according to a New York Times report.
The report casts further scrutiny on both the Tallahassee Police Department and the school, which have both faced months of criticism for their investigations into an alleged sexual assault involving quarterback Jameis Winston.
The other player in the car was Ronald Darby who is considered a 2015 NFL draft pick as well. This is not a good look.