Dallas Cowboys left guard Ronald Leary will not be suspended by the league over a nearly two-year-old DWI, reports Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas.
Leary was pulled over in Irving, TX on September 7, 2012 and was the first of three Cowboys to be charged with DWI over a five-month span. Following the relatively quiet arrest of Leary, Josh Brent was arrested for intoxication manslaughter in December, and Jeremiah Ratliff--or Jay, as he was known at the time--was nabbed for DWI in January.
Neither the Cowboys or Leary’s agent, Adisa Bakari, would offer a comment on the matter.
Leary started at the left guard position all year last year, and will battle Mackenzy Bernadeau to keep that job next month in training camp.
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