Pittsburgh WR Tyler Boyd agrees to enter diversion program for DUI arrest
University of Pittsburgh wide receiver Tyler Boyd has agreed to take a diversion program after he was arrested for driving under the influence. This was Boyd’s first ever arrest, and he according to reports he was nonviolent.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that Boyd will be on probation for a year and his driver’s license will be suspended for three months.
His lawyer says Boyd’s taken responsibility and hopefully has learned from the incident. This is good news for the wide out who has first round talents.