This past March, Donte Stallworth, an NFL player for the Cleveland Browns, killed Mario Reyes while driving drunk in Miami. Donte was eventually sentenced to 30 days in jail, and now he is on probation and subject to community service.
Tonight, Stallworth will speak out for the first time in an interview with ESPN’s Michael Smith. In the interview, Stallworth is said to address his account of the night in question, as well as his perception of the legal proceedings.
My question to you, what do you need to hear from Stallworth tonight to convince you that he is both remorseful and ready to assume normal standing amongst the rest of society? Below is a preview of Stallworth’s interview on ESPN’s E:60.