JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jaguars running back Denard Robinson insists he wasnt under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he fell asleep behind the wheel of his car that rolled through a red light and into a retention pond.Robinson was cited for careless driving a week after the July 3 accident. The Jacksonville Sheriffs Offices began an investigation of officers who responded to the scene.I feel blessed, man, Robinson said Thursday after the teams first training camp practice. It could have been a situation where I couldnt be talking to yall right now. The situation could have been way worse than that. I could have hurt somebody or killed somebody. Im truly blessed that nothing happened to nobody.Its one of those things that open your eyes and say youve got to count your blessing, and I understand that.Robinson said he ended up dozing off at the intersection a little after 4 a.m. after a busy day. The former Michigan star added that he probably should have just stayed in.Police say officers found Robinson asleep in his Chevy Impala while it was sinking in the pond. The 25-year-old player and a female passenger, his cousin, were unhurt. But officers had to tell Robinson multiple times the car was in the pond and persuade him to get out of the car, according to the police report.One officer questioned Robinson and determined he was not impaired. But the report said police did not perform any drug and alcohol tests.They questioned me. They did a lot of questions. They did a lot of tests, Robinson said. I made a mistake. It was a mistake that happened, and Ive got to deal with it. Im a man. Im going to have to face it and do what I have to do.General manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley have defended Robinson, saying he did nothing wrong other than being out a little later than he should have.I think that is a cautionary tale for a lot of our guys that at 3 or 4 in the morning you leave yourself vulnerable for things to happen, Caldwell said earlier this week.The accident came two weeks after Jaguars linebacker Dan Skuta was arrested in Orlando for allegedly pushing the face of a woman whose head hit a glass window. The battery charge was dismissed July 14 after the state attorneys office determined the case was not suitable for prosecution.It was extremely odd for me because I didnt even know what happened, Skuta said Thursday. I didnt know what I was being accused of, so Im sitting there thinking Im just being attacked by a police officer. I had no idea.Obviously, they thought they had a reason or whatever. It was very odd. I was very confused. I had two people there that saw the whole thing, and I wish that maybe the police officers would have taken the time to talk to them. That would have been very helpful, but that didnt happen.Skuta said legal fees cost him $10,000.Robinson, meanwhile, had little damage to his car.Now, both are trying to repair their reputations and move forward.As far as Dan and Denard go, there are probably not two guys in our locker room that take care of their business as well as those guys do, Caldwell said. I think they are both class acts. They are both high-character guys.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFLDavante Adams Jersey . Brandon Morrow allowed five runs on six hits over three innings. He struck out two, walked one and hit a batter. Edwin Encarnacion had a two-out, bases loaded two-RBI double in the third inning. Lance Kendricks Jersey . 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NEW ORLEANS -- The Orleans Parish district attorney said hell seek 60 years in prison for the man who killed former Saints star Will Smith -- the maximum 40 years for manslaughter, plus another 20 years for attempted manslaughter in the wounding of Smiths wife.We will do our gut-level best to get the judge to impose the maximum sentence of 60 years, Leon Cannizzaro told reporters Monday.Cardell Hayes was found guilty Sunday night. He insisted that he only fired because Smith was drunk and violent and had grabbed a gun following their traffic collision last April.No one else testified Smith held a gun. A loaded 9mm semi-automatic handgun was found loaded but unused inside Smiths car.Smith, a 34-year-old father of three, was a defensive leader on the Saints team that lifted spirits in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. He helped lead the team to a winning season in 2006 and a Super Bowl victory four years later.His death in a traffic dispute was shocking, even for a city with a high rate of homicides.Hayes, 29, will be sentenced on Feb. 17. State Judge Camille Buras will have the option of imposing less than the maximum sentences, and could order them served concurrently. But Cannizzaro said the crime warrants maximum sentences, served one after the other.Hayes would have faced a mandatory life sentence had he been found guilty as charged of second-degree murder. Smith wife will press for a harsh sentence when she gives her victim-impact statement before the sentencing, according to a statement from the family.Its very unfortunate that another child will grow up without a father, said Raquel Smiths lawyer, Peter Thomson, referring to Hayes 6-year-old son. But Mr. Hayes, regardless of that, must face the consequences of his actions under our system of laws.Friends and relatives of Hayes, a former semi-pro football player who owns a towing company, left court without commenting Sunday night.Hayes defense said Smiths popularity led to a rush to judgment by police and prosecutors. Assistant District Attorney Laura Rodrigue countered that the defense was trying to smear Smith.A pathologist report showed Smith was legally drunk that night, after spending time at the citys annual French Quarter Festival, a bar and two restaurants.dddddddddddd He was driving with his wife and another couple, who were traveling with a group of friends in several cars, when his Mercedes SUV may have lightly bumped Hayes Hummer.Smith then drove off, with Hayes in pursuit. Hayes vehemently denied intentionally ramming the SUV moments later -- he said he was trying to dial 911 to report a hit-and-run and didnt realize how close their cars were.The jury appeared to agree with Hayes on this point, finding him not guilty of aggravated criminal damage to property.Cannizzaro said Monday that Smiths apparent anger and his high blood-alcohol level were likely factors in the jurys decision to hand up a lesser verdict than murder. But he said he was satisfied with the two convictions, each reached on a 10-2 vote of the 12-member jury.Hayes said he armed himself only after he and his own passenger were accosted by Smith and Richard Hernandez, a passenger in Smiths Mercedes.Hayes also testified that Smith didnt notice his .45-caliber handgun until Hernandez alerted him to it. And he said he only fired after Smith went back to his car to grab his own gun.Assistant District Attorney Jason Napoli repeatedly noted that no other witness said Smith was armed, and that Hayes never told investigators he saw a gun in Smiths hands that night.I never gave a full statement to anyone, Hayes responded.Napoli said in closing arguments that Smith was executed as Hayes fired into his body, once in the side and seven times in the back.This young man tried his best, trying to avoid doing what he had to do, defense attorney John Fuller shouted during his thundering closing, which lasted more than 3? hours.Saints coach Sean Payton was in court for the late Sunday verdict. A host of past and present Saints players, including former safety Steve Gleason, current quarterback Drew Brees and former running back Deuce McAllister, also attended the trial. 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