Tampa Buccaneers football team might need to do a better job on educating its players in regards to drinking and NOT driving concept. Bucs GM Mark Dominik said that the recent string of DUI arrests within the organization is “disappointing”.
On April 1, 2011, Jay Kaiser, 37, the assistant to head coach Raheem Morris, became the third member of the coaching staff or front office to be arrested on DUI charges in the past eight months. Kaiser refused field-sobriety and blood-alcohol testing. He was released from jail after posting $500 bail. Pro scouting coordinator Shelton Quarles, 39, was arrested in March, and former defensive line assistant coach Chris Mosley, 32, was arrested in September.
Source: Tampa Bay