Former Charger Player LoNeal in Trouble Over Fourth of July Weekend

Former San Diego Chargers fullback and fan favorite Lorenzo Neal found himself in some trouble over the Fourth of July weekend. According to KFSN-TV Fresno, Neal ran off of the road and struck a pole. Here is the news video from Fresno:

LoNeal tweeted out this statement after the news was released:

For the record I did not get arrested I did not go to jail. That’s how rumors get started. But I do take full responsibility for my actions!less than a minute ago via Echofon Favorite Retweet Reply

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  • Northernmost Bolthead

    Your email headline said “Key Charger in legal trouble”, when it should have said “Former key Charger”. When you mmisrepresent a story it makes me much less interested in ffollowing your reports.

    • Russell

      Concur. I’m thinking a current player has a DUI. You could have dropped this article in without the sensational hook.

    • Ernie Padaon

      what email?? i dont remember the title ever reading Key Charger in legal trouble.. the title mentions the players name in it also.

      i changed it to say former Charger player, but wondering where you got the “Key Charger in legal trouble” headline

      • charlee

        That title was in the Bleacher Report email which linked to this article.

        • Ernie Padaon

          thanks charlee… had no clue that it went out like that.

          • Northernmost Bolthead

            well, I didn’t mean to come across as a Negative Nancy! I’m aware Editors write the headlines. If you write “Blackbeard hung by the British..” their headline will say “Distinguished sailor dies during collapse of platform at public ceremony..”

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  • shantelle143

    Yeah he needs to work on his blocking for sure, he brings alot of fire to the team which leads me to believe he has a good work ethic, players like that generally get better with more experience. Tolbert also wasn’t the only one not making holes for LT, a couple more games and i think all these guys will begin to gel better considering all the injuries and lack of preseason and regular play time.-