Michael Floyd's remaining DUI sentence transferred to Minnesota

Paola Ditto
Mag 19, 2017

Floyd, who was arrested for DUI on December 12 in Arizona, was sentenced to 24 days in jail and 96 days under house arrest on February 17.

According to Darren Wolfson of KSTP in Minneapolis (you can click on the tweet to see more of the details), Floyd is actually due in the Twin Cities on Friday. The Vikings signed Floyd to a one-year deal last week, and the former first-round pick will return to his home state. A transfer of the rest of his sentence to Minnesota would be ideal, which would amount to work release so Floyd can work with his new teammates.

The move means that Floyd will be able to report for offseason workouts, which will assist with his transition to his new team and preparation for the upcoming season. According to multiple reports, that is what will happen. The Vikings will start the first of three OTA sessions next Tuesday, before a mandatory minicamp June 13-15. Until Wednesday's decision, Floyd had to remain in Arizona. It worked, at least for awhile.

But now that he can practice nearly immediately, Floyd should be expected to at least be the Vikings' third or fourth wide receiver to being the regular season.

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