Ex-NFL player Reggie Rogers pleads ‘not guilty’ to domestic violence charge
Former University of Washington football player and first-round NFL draft pick Reggie Rogers pleaded not guilty to a domestic violence assault charge involving his wife in the Seattle Municipal Court on October 9.
According to a KIRO report, Rogers was arrested at his home on October 7 after his wife told the police that they had been arguing about his drinking when he hit her on the head with a flashlight.
49-year-old Rogers had six previous convictions on drunken driving, one of which involved a 1988 case in Michigan that killed three teenagers.
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