Former NFL running back Cedric Benson (32) told police officers attempting to conduct a sobriety test that he could not recite the alphabet because of his time playing pro football.
Former NFL running back Cedric Benson (32) told police officers attempting to conduct a sobriety test that he could not recite the alphabet because of his time playing pro football. Don Wright AP
Former NFL running back Cedric Benson (32) told police officers attempting to conduct a sobriety test that he could not recite the alphabet because of his time playing pro football. Don Wright AP

Former NFL player says he can’t recite the alphabet because he played pro football

February 25, 2017 6:43 PM

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