Prosecutors are offering Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer a plea deal to settle an alleged case of road rage.
A police investigator John Hoehler says the Englewood city attorney made the plea offer during a private pretrial conference yesterday. Plummer did NOT attend but Hoehler said his lawyer planned to discuss the offer with him.
The details of the offer aren't known.
Plummer is accused of getting into an altercation with Denver motorist Douglas Stone, allegedly kicking a headlight on Stone's pickup, then backing his Honda Element into the vehicle.
Plummer denies any wrongdoing, saying he was in a hurry to get to a charity event, talking on a cell phone as he drove.
He acknowledged that he accidentally cut Stone off, but waved at him to apologize.
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