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Flash In The Pan: The Donte Stallworth Saga Must End

Article By on 27th June, 2009

... suspended indefinitely by commissioner Roger Goodell after the former's guilty plea of DUI Manslaughter of Mario Reyes while driving above the legal alcohol limit.

Stallworth submitted his guilty plea and was sentenced to only 30 days in a Miami prison. Along with that he received eight years probation, a sentence considered by many to be extremely lenient.

In 2008, he signed a seven-year, $35 million contract with the Browns hoping to add to their once-potent offense. He disappointed with only 17 receptions and one touchdown on the season.

Stallworth is the second player to be suspended indefinitely along with former QB Michael Vick. Unlike Vick, he will not serve his full suspension in prison.

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