Pay per Head: Jerome Simpson arrested on suspicion of drunk driving

Jerome SimpsonPay per head services learned that early Saturday morning, Minnesota Vikings WR Jerome Simpson was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, which landed him in a Hennepin County jail, and now the player’s fans wonder what awaits him.

According to the Hennepin County Jail roster, Simpson, who is in his second year with the Vikings, and is very well known with pay per head services, was arrested on Saturday morning by the Minnesota State Patrol at 5:39 a.m.

Pay per head services saw that the player was banned for the 2012 season’s first three games after he pleaded guilty to a drug-related charge in March 2012.

Minnesota signed Simpson shortly after he was suspended by the NFL, and pay per head services saw that his DWI happened during the first year of his three-year probation sentence.

It is still not known how Simpson’s probation will be affected by the arrest, or if he will face additional punishment by the NFL, and price per head services would like to see what’s next for the player.

On Saturday morning, the Vikings said that they “are aware of the matter involving Jerome Simpson. We are continuing to gather information and will have further comment at the appropriate time.”

Simpson, who was plagued with an injury to the back after returning from his suspension in 2012, was in the middle of a rebound season with Minnesota. Pay per head services saw that the player caught 33 passes for a team-high 491 yards in nine games after he re-signed with the Vikings in March in a one-year contract, and this is just another reason why so many fans are concerned after learning about the news of his arrest.

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Pay per head services know that Simpson talked about having a big year this spring, as well as earning a long-term contract with the Vikings. Now the player’s fans are very worried, as his future with the team – and in the NFL – appears to be uncertain once again.