In a bit of good news for the team, Chris Chambers will have charges of impaired and reckless driving dropped. In turn, Chambers will plead guilty to speeding.
Chambers will not have to miss any practices or games since he will not have to appear in court. He will have to pay a fine and court fees, but he likely will not face any punishment from the NFL.
These charges stemmed from a July 14 incident when Chambers was found driving 74 mph in a 45 mph zone in North Carolina. Chambers then failed some field sobriety tests and refused a breathalyzer test at the scene. He later blew a blood alcohol level that was below the legal limit.