Simpson may enter program to erase record

Ko Simpson could enter program to clean record. The free safety was arrested New Year's Day...

Ko Simpson is seeking to enter a pretrial intervention program that'd wipe out a police charge from his record, the Associated Press reported Thursday.

Simpson's clean record and misdemeanor charge allow him to be accepted into the program, his prosecutor told the The Herald. The program would require the Bills safety to complete at least 50 hours of community service.

Police said they arrested Simpson outside of a bar in his hometown of Rock Hill, S.C. early on New Year's Day --- soon after Buffalo's season ended. One officer said that Simpson repeatedly yelled, "I'm Ko Simpson with the Buffalo Bills. I am worth millions!"

According to the AP report, Simpson's prosecutor would not comment further on the case. As Buffalo's starting free safety, Simpson made 66 tackles with no interceptions last year.

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