April 10, 1990 |
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jack Trudeau was arrested early today on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Trudeau, 27, of Carmel was stopped by a Carmel Police Department officer for speeding and erratic driving shortly before 3 a.m. at U.S. 31 north of Carmel. Trudeau recorded a blood-alcohol content of 0.19%, nearly twice the legal limit of 0.1%. A Hamilton County Sheriff's Department spokesman said Trudeau remained in the Hamilton County Jail late this morning on $2,500 bond.
May 15, 1990 |
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jack Trudeau received a 120-day suspended sentence today and a suspended $200 fine after pleading guilty to one count of driving while intoxicated. Hamilton County Court Judge Harry Sauce also suspended Trudeau's driver's license for 30 days and restricted it for 180 days. Trudeau, 27, of Carmel was arrested early April 10 after a Carmel police officer observed him speeding and driving erratically on U.S. 31 north of Indianapolis.
August 16, 1993 |
Jeff George won't start when in the Indianapolis Colts' opener. Coach Ted Marchibroda, who hasn't heard from his quarterback since he failed to report to camp, announced Jack Trudeau will start. * Vaughn Dunbar, the Saints' top rusher last season, and cornerback Clayton Holmes of the Dallas Cowboys each suffered torn anterior cruciate ligaments in their right knees Saturday and will be sidelined for the season. . . .
August 1, 1986 |
Illinois quarterback Jack Trudeau signed a contract with the Indianapolis Colts Thursday after holding out for nearly two weeks during on-again, off-again negotiations. No terms were announced, but Colt owner Robert Irsay had said the four-year contract under negotiation last week would have paid the equivalent of $1.1 million. Trudeau, the club's second-round draft choice and the 20th pick overall, had been a holdout since camp opened July 18. Coach Rod Dowhower said Trudeau would be the No.
September 25, 1989 |
Chris Chandler lay in pain on the floor of the Hoosier Dome, and Jack Trudeau, as he has done so often throughout his career, ran in from the sideline. Within minutes of Trudeau's entry, Dean Biasucci kicked the first of two field goals, and Trudeau later added a go-ahead touchdown Sunday to lead the Colts to a 13-9 victory over Atlanta.