MINNEAPOLIS – Minnesota Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving Wednesday afternoon for the second time in six weeks, presumably sealing his fate with the staff.
Henderson was arrested in Chanhassen, Minn., and booked into the Carver County Jail at 3:03 p.m., in keeping with the county jail roster. Henderson refused to submit to a sobriety take a look at, in accordance with the roster, and faces four DWI prices, together with a second-degree charge for refusing a check.
Erin Henderson was arrested for suspicion of drunken driving Wednesday, the Vikings linebacker's second such arrest in six weeks.
He was also arrested on Nov. 19 and charged with drunken driving and possession of a managed substance. He then left the workforce for a number of days for what Henderson and former Vikings coach Leslie Frazier stated at the time was an unrelated personal matter.
Henderson misplaced his center linebacker spot after the primary arrest, but he returned to the beginning lineup within the Vikings' closing recreation after a high ankle sprain ended Audie Cole's season.
On Monday, Henderson talked concerning the steps he felt he took to mature after his first arrest.
"I feel I grew leaps and bounds as a participant and an individual as properly," he mentioned. "You start to study so much about yourself when things can go improper or bad, if you're keen to attempt to learn, in case you're willing to look in the mirror and figure things out. And I think I used to be in a position to do this."
The Vikings launched a press release saying they are "aware of the matter involving Erin Henderson. We're persevering with to collect data and may have additional remark at the appropriate time."