Last Saturday, Williams's Lamborghini hit a light pole near the Cowboys' practice facility around 4:45 a.m.
According to the police report, there was no driver present when the auto was found at 4:41 a.m., but police determined the vehicle was registered to Williams and went to his home in a nearby gated community.
New video and photos released Thursday show the aftermath of a crash that involved the luxury sports vehicle of Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams.
TMZ Sports released the NSFW video of Williams' arrest, which featured the Baylor product riding his bike while intoxicated, on its YouTube page. Williams's vehicle keys were found in his pocket, but he told police Wright was the one driving his auto that night, reports ESPN.
According to the arrest report, Williams said he was home when he was informed of the accident and that Wright was on his way to a club.
Williams told the cops he played for the Cowboys, which, given the extended state of mediocrity of the team these days, may be a good reason to throw a guy in jail.
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In addition, Lewis says that Williams hit his head during the crash. and that could account for some memory issues. Lewis said he had not yet viewed the police report. Police found Williams' cell phone in the wrecked Lamborghini.
In the video, you can see Williams swerving on the scooter and then falling off as officers approach him. Williams has played his entire National Football League career for the Cowboys, while Wright signed with the Vikings this year after previously playing for the Titans and Bears.
The involvement of Wright doesn't appear to be the only big hole in Williams' story.
ESPN NFL Nation Vikings reporter Courtney Cronin is reporting on Twitter that Minnesota General Manager Rick Spielman has already spoken with Kendall Wright regarding the matter and are not too concerned with the Williams story.
He went on to describe himself as an "upstanding citizen" and said he handled the situation in the best way he knew how.
After Williams was handcuffed, Byrom found keys to the Lamborghini in the receiver's pocket. "I'm hopeful. I don't know the details. I read his public statement about it and take it at face value".
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