DAVIE, Fla. (AP) _ Miami Dolphins receiver Chris Chambers says
his image wasn't tarnished by an arrest two weeks ago in North
Carolina on a charge of driving while impaired. He says it's a
little embarrassing, but he learned from the episode.
At the start of training camp in Davie, Chambers spoke publicly
Saturday for the first time about the arrest, his first known brush
with the law. The seventh-year pro was arrested after being pulled
over several miles south of downtown Charlotte, and he was also
cited for reckless driving and speeding.
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