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06/27/17 - WR Michael Floyd was sentenced Monday to one day in jail and will have to complete the final five days of his house arrest after a Scottsdale (Ariz.) City Court judge found Floyd violated the terms of his house arrest.
Floyd was ordered to appear on Monday to prove he did not violate probation from his February extreme DUI conviction. He contended that kombucha tea caused him to violate terms of his house arrest by accidentally ingesting alcohol.
06/25/17 - WR Michael Floyd's defense that kombucha tea caused him to violate terms of his house arrest by accidentally ingesting alcohol has the support of his team. Vikings chief operating officer Kevin Warren wrote a letter backing Floyd's claim that he did not know kombucha tea contains alcohol, according to Brian Murphy of the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Warren sent the letter to Floyd's attorney, Robert Feinberg, who attached it to a defense motion urging Scottsdale (Ariz.) City Judge Statia Hendrix to cancel the hearing and reinstate electronic monitoring for the last five days of Floyd's 96-day home confinement. According to the newspaper, Warren's letter corroborates Floyd's claim that he was unaware kombucha tea contained alcohol when he drank several bottles while watching movies into the early morning of June 11. Floyd, 27, later failed three self-administered Breathalyzer tests and was ordered by the Scottsdale judge to appear Monday and prove he did not violate probation from his February extreme DUI conviction. The violation could land Floyd back in jail.
06/16/17 - WR Michael Floyd may have violated the terms of his house arrest by drinking. Floyd is scheduled for a show-cause hearing in Scottsdale (Ariz.) City Court on June 26, according to ESPN. TMZ reported Friday that Floyd recently tested positive for alcohol at least three times and skipped another test altogether while under house arrest after he was found guilty of extreme DUI in February. Floyd is now employed by the Minnesota Vikings. Floyd, 27, was arrested for DUI on Dec. 12 in Scottsdale, prompting his release two days later from the Arizona Cardinals. He pleaded guilty in February to extreme DUI (blood alcohol content of .150-.199) and served 24 days in Maricopa County (Ariz.) Jail before having to serve 96 days on house arrest.
05/11/17 - WR Michael Floyd, a free agent, agreed to a one-year deal with the Vikings, multiple media outets reported Wednesday. Floyd, 27, was arrested for DUI on Dec. 12 in Scottsdale, Ariz., prompting his release two days later from the Arizona Cardinals. He pleaded guilty in February to extreme DUI (blood alcohol content of .150-.199) and served 24 days in Maricopa County (Ariz.) Jail and is serving 96 days on house arrest.
After Floyd was cut by the Cardinals, the Patriots gave him a second chance by claiming him off waivers on Dec. 15. He played sparingly for New England but did catch a touchdown pass in Week 17. Floyd's best season came in 2013 when he had 65 catches for 1,041 yards and five touchdowns.
02/17/17 - WR Michael Floyd pleaded guilty to extreme DUI and was sentenced to jail in a criminal case related to his December arrest in Scottsdale, Ariz. The Arizona Cardinals released Floyd on Dec. 14 -- two days after his drunk-driving arrest in which police said he had a blood-alcohol level of .217. Floyd, 27, faced seven charges but the other six were dropped on Thursday when he entered a guilty plea and began his sentence, according to court documents. He will spend 24 days in Maricopa County (Ariz.) Jail and another 96 days on house arrest. Floyd also will be required to complete 30 hours of community service, attend alcohol abuse classes and pay a fine of $5,115.99 as part of his plea.