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Anyone can get a traffic charge in the United States of today. On Sunday, June 14, 2015, Jeff Gooch was arrested for DWI in Hillsborough County, Florida. Gooch is a former Tampa Bay Bucaneer linebacker. Gooch was in the NFL from 1996 through 2005.
Gooch is presently Vice President for Football Operations for the Tampa Bay Storm. He joined the Storm in 2011. Gooch was also charged for failing to submit to a breath test. Gooch is the second member of the Tampa Bay Storm organization to be charged with DWI within the last month. The first was Chris Hovan, an assistant coach. Hovan is also a former NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneer player. Hovan was also charged with DWI, DWI property damage and DWI with a minor in the vehicle.
Gooch probably did not understand that he should refuse the standardized field sobriety tests the officers would have initially offered. Gooch probably has a great number of residual injuries from his ten years in the NFL and could not complete the three standardized tests on his best day. If Gooch suffered concussions, like most football players do during their career, it should be no surprise that he showed nystagmus during the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus testing. Gooch probably understood too late that the standardized field sobriety tests were not something that many people ever pass.