Alexander’s cost from final August in relation to the disappearance of his father was dropped as a part of pretrial diversion course of, in response to Collier County courtroom information. Alexander entered deferred prosecution on Dec. 8, which led to the costs being dismissed. A part of the phrases of that settlement included 24 hours of group service and participation in an anger administration course.
Alexander was arrested in August after he left Bengals coaching camp following the disappearance of his father whereas choosing berries with a household buddy. Based on the arrest report, Alexander allegedly went to a person’s home to debate the incident, hit him and induced minor accidents.
Alexander pleaded not responsible and efficiently accomplished the pretrial diversion program on Jan. 13.
The fifth-year participant out of Clemson signed a one-year cope with the Bengals in 2020 value $four million. Alexander began in 10 of his 13 appearances, tallied 47 tackles and likewise had one interception. He’s set to be a free agent this offseason.