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SMU football player involved in the crash with Rashee Rice turns himself into police

MUGSHOT released for SMU football player Teddy Knox, who turned himself in to police after an arrest warrant was issued for him and Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice for their roles in a multi-car crash last month
MUGSHOT released for SMU football player Teddy Knox, who turned himself in to police after an arrest warrant was issued for him and Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice for their roles in a multi-car crash last month

SMU football player Teddy Knox surrendered to police yesterday after an arrest warrant was issued for him.

Knox turned himself in to the Police Department and was taken to the DeSoto jail. Knox was reportedly driving one of the cars. He plays on the SMU Mustangs football team and is primarily a special teams player on the team. The team immediately suspended Knox for the incident.

Knox, was speeding in one of two luxury cars linked to Rice. Knox and Rice both lost control of their vehicle while reportedly racing on a Dallas freeway and crashed, causing a six-vehicle wreck that resulted in two people being transported to the hospital.

Knox faces eight felony charges to include, six charges of collision involving bodily injury, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury and one count of aggravated assault as a result of a crash that resulted in two people being taken to the hospital. One of the people injured was a three year old child.

Both players could still face charges, because they have not been charged for leaving the scene or failing to render aid.

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