49ers Bryant Won't Be Suspended for California DUI

Wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers, Antonio Bryant, will not be suspended from the team for his recent California DUI arrest. Head coach Mike Nolan said the issue was not team related and he wanted to “let the judicial process do its deal, because that’s the way it should be.” Bryant continues to practice and play with the team.

Bryant, 25, was arrested after speeding in his Lamborghini at speeds in excess of 100 mph. He was uncooperative after being stopped and had to be restrained with leather straps. He has been charged with driving under the influence, resisting arrest and reckless driving.

Bryant reportedly has not apologized to fellow teammates for the distraction.

Despite the team stance, the NFL could still issue disciplinary action against Bryant pending the outcome of his legal case. According to league policy that could range from a fine to suspension, depending on circumstances and previous violations.

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