Former Ravens fullback
"[He] just ran off the road, struck a pole," police officer told Axel Reyes told the
In other news, Neal, who blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher in 11 consecutive seasons, is also a hypocrite.
Neal is the chief information officer for Safe Ride Solutions, a San Diego-based company that bills itself as "the only nationwide professional driver service and DUI prevention program in the country." According to Neal's bio on the company's website, the two-time All Pro "feels drinking and driving is a major problem and effects people from all walks of life and all segments of society."
Including retired fullbacks such as Neal.
I'm not going to be judgmental about the consumption of alcohol -- then I would be a hypocrite, too -- but if you're going to put your reputation on something like DUI prevention, you shouldn't get behind the wheel of a car after drinking a few adult beverages.