16 August 2019 02:51

Arizona Cardinals' COO Ron Minegar spoke about Darius Philon's "bad decision" arrest -- during his OWN DUI arrest!!!

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Play video content Breaking News Here's the ultimate pot-kettle moment... Arizona Cardinals' COO Ron Minegar spoke about Darius Philon's "bad decision" arrest--during his OWN DUI arrest!!! It's all in police video obtained by TMZ Sports... where Minegar--one of the Cardinals' highest-ranking execs--spoke with officers about his player's gun arrest in Phoenix earlier in the week. "He pulled a gun on a gal at a strip club," Minegar told Chandler, Arizona cops on Aug. 10.

Cardinals' Ron Minegar Talked About Darius Philon's 'Bad Decision' In DUI Arrest

"That's not a good thing." "That sounds like a poor decision," one of the officers responds. "That's a pretty bad decision, yep," Minegar says. 60-year-old Minegar was pulled over at around midnight on Aug. 10 about 40 miles from the Cardinals' stadium after cops say he was speeding and driving erratically. You can see in the vid... Minegar looks pretty wasted when they begin to question him, slurring words and admitting he had been drinking earlier in the evening. Cops say the guy reeked of alcohol too... and when they began to talk to him outside of his 2009 Chevrolet--he became combative, and argued with one officer. Eventually, Minegar calmed down... and had a conversation with several officers about Philon--a defensive lineman the Cardinals had just cut because of an arrest involving a gun incident at a local strip club. Minegar was eventually field tested for DUI... and after appearing to bomb all of the cop's tests--they asked him if he'd take a breathalyzer. When Minegar refused... cops slapped the cuffs on him and arrested him. The Cardinals released a statement shortly after the incident, saying, "Ron Minegar's actions last night are inexcusable. He made the decision to drive after drinking alcohol and is fortunate that he was pulled over before injuring anyone or himself." "According to MADD, drunk driving results in almost 11,000 deaths per year and is the number one cause of fatalities on roadways. We fully recognize the seriousness of these actions and they will have serious consequences."