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Topic - Hugh Douglas
Former pro football player and ex-ESPN analyst Hugh Douglas pleaded no contest and avoided jail on Monday in a Connecticut case alleging he assaulted his now-former girlfriend, who said she wasn't happy with the plea bargain.
Former NFL defensive end and ex-ESPN analyst Hugh Douglas is expected to plead no contest to a misdemeanor to resolve a case that accused him of assaulting his girlfriend at a Hartford hotel, his lawyer said Friday.
ESPN has fired analyst Hugh Douglas after details emerged that he reportedly called fellow Numbers Never Lie host Michael Smith an Uncle Tom and threatened to beat him up while attending the National Association of Black Journalists Convention in Orlando.
Generally, getting benched means a huge blow to the ego, a drastic reduction in playing time and a view from the sideline. For Juqua Parker, getting benched has meant the best start of his career.
He denied allegations by his former girlfriend that he assaulted her at a Hartford hotel in September.
He said a judge will decide whether to accept it and what the sentence should be.