Jacksonville Jaguars football player Khalif Barnes issued an apology for his recent Florida DUI arrest. “This is the last time you’ll see me in trouble,” Barnes said, “I’ve learned my lesson.”
Khalif was stopped early Saturday morning after passing a Jacksonville Sheriff’s deputy at speeds in excess of 100 mph. He failed a field sobriety test, and was charged with driving under the influence and ticketed for reckless driving.
Barnes is the third Jaguars player to have a run-in with law enforcement in the past three months. Barnes is practicing with the team and has said he takes no offense to the fact that the other two teammates were not suspended for their arrests. “That’s neither here nor there," Barnes said. “I took it and I dealt with it.”