Bill’s defensive tackle, Ed Oliver, said that when he was arrested for DUI in May and the weapon charge was finally dropped, he felt violated.
Buffalo Bills defensive player Ed Oliver said that his arrest in May “felt something wrong”. And that his condition remained ill after all relevant charges were dropped last month. The second year’s defensive tackle was arrested on May 17 in Montgomery County, Texas, charged with DWI and illegal possession of a gun. After the police suspected him of driving improperly and pulled him down. However, Oliver said that even if he passed the breath analyzer test, the arresters would take him in.
“I’ts not right but i’ts true”
Bill’s Oliver, 22, said he blew 0.00% in a breath monitor test conducted on May 17, but officials still believed he was damaged.
He said that he underwent an independent blood test after his arrest and knew that there was nothing in his system. But he still had to wait for the legal process to proceed.
Oliver said he was frustrated when the arresting officer “does not understand” or “does not want to understand” him when he is tired. That night, he was not affected by any drugs. Experience also allowed him to reflect on interaction with the police.
The reaction is Mixed
He said: “I just ran to them, basically what happened.” “Maybe some people are like,’I don’t know if it happened that way.’
I tried to tell them and I felt that no one believed me. Until I proved myself I am innocent, and I am not guilty until I prove myself guilty. Do that.
“I think some people believe me, some people think it might be more important. I just tell them the truth.”
Once Oliver’s allegations were dropped on July 22, the team issued a statement supporting Oliver.
Oliver is the ninth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft and one of the main guards of rookie Bill. Recording 43 tackles and 5 sacks. He also plans to become one of the focus of the Buffalo defense line in 2020.Follow us on Social Media