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Mon, 30 Jun 2003 20:14:57 -0700
Former Miami Dolphins RB Cecil Collins has been re-sentenced by a Broward County circuit judge to 15 years in prison, two months after a state appeals court had thrown out a similar sentence, according to the Associated Press. Collins was convicted of burglary in March 2001, on charges that he broke into a neighbor's apartment in December 1999. He has already served 3-1/2 years of his sentence.
Wed, 12 Mar 2003 12:45:21 -0800
Noah Bierman, of the Miami Post, reports former Miami Dolphins RB Cecil Collins possibly got a break in Fourth District Court of Appeals on Wednesday. The court ruled that Collins didnít get enough time to bring in witnesses to testify. Collins was sentenced to 15-years in prison for invading a woman's home. The appellate court threw out the sentence, and he will now be re-sentenced and faces 2 to 15 years in prison.
Sat, 20 Jul 2002 15:10:57 -0700
Associated Press reports former NFL RB Cecil Collins, currently serving a fifteen-year jail sentence, believes heíll be able to resume his career in football when he gets out of jail. Collins is set for a release date in 2014, but believes he could be out as early as next year.
Tue, 04 Jan 2000 19:45:30 -0800
Associated Press reports that former Miami Dolphins RB Cecil Collins admitted to entering his neighbor's apartment after having too much to drink when he was questioned by the police after his arrest last month. Collins admitted to entering the apartment just to look at the woman he had met at the complex' s gym. "The liquor had my mind at the time," Collins said. "I just went back to the apartment and I seen the window cracked. I just wanted to go look. I open the bedroom door and that's when the dude came out saying something ... so that's when I ran out."
Mon, 03 Jan 2000 22:36:19 -0800
ESPN reports Miami Dolphins RB Cecil Collins has been officially charged with one count of burglary, which is a second-degree felony. Collins is also being looked at for possibly breaking his probation, which could place him in prison for four years. If convicted on the burglary charges, he could face up to 15 years in prison.
Wed, 29 Dec 1999 16:11:06 -0800
The AP reports two more women have come forward and accused Miami Dolphins RB Cecil Collins of harrassing and stalking.
Thu, 23 Dec 1999 20:30:47 -0800
Associated Press is reporting that the Miami Dolphins have suspended RB Cecil Collins, who was arrested December 16th on burglary charges. The suspension will prevent Collins from receiving the remainder of his 1999 salary and any bonus money he might have collected if the Dolphins make the playoffs. Collins will not play for the Dolphins again this season. It has not been determined yet if he will play for the team next year.
Wed, 22 Dec 1999 14:54:22 -0800
The Associated Press reports Miami Dolphins RB Cecil Collins has been ordered to be sent to Louisiana due to violating his probation. "This is a valid waiver and it should result in the extradition to Louisiana authorities," Circuit Judge Dale Ross said. "Mr. Collins is not entitled to bail, and it's no longer a judge's decision." Collins has fifteen days to appeal the decision.
Fri, 11 Jun 1999 01:45:00 -0700
The Miami Herald reports Miami Dolphins head coach isn't very happy with the NFL after they encouraged the Dolphins to allow rookies to attend a promotional event earlier in the year. RB Cecil Collins, as reported on June 2nd, twisted his back on a trampoline and was forced to miss some time in the Dolphins' camp. While this was a NFLPA event, it was not a league event. The Dolphins have related this to a situation, although not as severe, as the one that has possibly ended the career of Patriots' RB Robert Edwards. ``Here's a guy [Collins] who could be a real key for us, and he gets hurt in something stupid,'' a Dolphins' staff member told the Miami Herald. ``You know guys can get hurt walking across the street, but you live with that. We thought this was going to be a few photos taken, and then all of a sudden they're jumping off trampolines. You get guys like that together and it becomes a competition thing and then it really gets stupid.''
Thu, 03 Jun 1999 00:40:00 -0700
The Sun Sentinel reports that despite a twisted back, RB Cecil Collins was able to participate in all of Wednesday's drills.
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