Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman David Parry was involved in a drunken incident back in February which ultimately saw him arrested and charged with theft, resisting arrest with physical force and assault after an incident in which he apparently stole a golf cart in Arizona.
The incident was initially deemed serious with Parry himself being charged with two felonies. And the details are about as ugly as it gets (more on that here).
TMZ Sports is now reporting that Parry has pled guilty in the case and faces three years behind bars.
“Now, we’ve learned he’s pled guilty to 1 count of misdemeanor disorderly conduct and 1 count of felony attempt to commit unlawful means of transportation,” the report read. “He’ll be sentenced next month and faces up to 3 years behind bars.”
Needless to say, Parry’s football career is clearly in jeopardy here. In fact, it wouldn’t be a huge surprise if the Colts released him outright soon.
A fifth-round pick out of Stanford back in 2015, Parry has started all 16 games in each of his first two NFL seasons. If the Colts were to indeed move on from him, they’d be looking for a replacement in this week’s draft.