Word trickled out on Tuesday that former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb was arrested on DUI charges in late June in Arizona for the second time in over a year.
Today, ex-Philadelphia Eagles receiver and teammate Terrell Owens offered a quick and biting comment in reference to McNabb’s latest brush with the law.
“DUI is a very serious thing. The number of lives that have been lost from it are staggering. It’s a blessing no one was hurt.
“We may not still be playing, but we still serve as role models. You have to be more responsible.
“Next time, call Uber.”
In all seriousness, the DUI charge for McNabb could lead to a longer jail stay than the one-day term served last April for a previous DUI arrest in 2013.
According to Pro Football Talk, McNabb could be in line for a 90-day prison sentence.
Whatever happens to McNabb, it doesn’t seem like his old running buddy Terrell Owens will offer a helping hand.