The end of an era is at hand. The Steelers have informed Hines Ward they will release him. Ward is…
Hines Ward pleads guilty to reckless driving
"We are grateful for the outcome," Ward's lawyer, Andrew Reed, said in a statement "Hines has always maintained that his ability to drive was in no way impaired and we are pleased that the facts support his innocence. Hines has a great respect for the legal system and is also grateful in particular to the state for the professional manner in which they handled this matter."
Ward was arrested last year outside of Atlanta.
His car hit a curb and he subsequently failed a field sobriety test and was taken to jail.
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