Green-Beckham was stopped in Missouri on Sept. 30 for allegedly driving 65 in a 55-mph zone.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Titans rookie wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham says he thought police gave him a warning only for speeding as he left a hospital following his son’s birth in July and was surprised to learn of an outstanding warrant when stopped in Missouri during Tennessee’s bye week.
Green-Beckham said Wednesday it was a misunderstanding because he had no idea a ticket had been issued.
Police in Van Buren, Missouri, stopped the rookie Sept. 30 for driving 65 in a 55-mph zone on his way home to visit family, and they discovered an outstanding warrant for speeding from Osage Beach, Missouri.
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Green-Beckham says he found out the hard way about the warrant, which he resolved by paying $92 in cash.
The receiver was given a warning only by Van Buren police.