TE Lance Kendricks settles marijuana charge

Free agent tight end Lance Kendricks has settled a marijuana charge stemming from a 2017 arrest.

Kendricks pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge in a Wisconsin courtroom last week and received a sentence of six months on probation in return. Per the Associated Press, the charge will be dismissed if Kendricks does eight hours of community service and that at least half that time needs to be done at four Milwaukee high schools.

Fantasy Impact: 

As the story points out, even as a free agent, Kendricks is subject to discipline from the league as a result of the arrest. Falcons guard Jamon Brown and Packers running back Aaron Jones were each suspended two games last year for similar offenses while Saints defensive tackle David Onyemata was suspended one game this year after being cited for marijuana possession in his home, the story said.

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