Former Jags TE Wilford Pleads No Contest to Charges of Resisting Arrest reports that former Jags TE Ernest Wilford plead no contest to charges of resisting arrest.

Former Jaguars tight end Ernest Wilford pleaded no contest to charges of resisting arrest after police subdued him with a stun gun during a disturbance at a Jacksonville Beach bar in January, the The Florida Times-Union reported Friday. According to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, Wilford refused police advice to leave the Ritz Bar and Lounge early Jan. 14 — his birthday — before he pushed one officer and was subdued by another using a stun gun. Police say they responded after a 21-year-old woman complained to management that Wilford was grabbing her. The woman says she asked Wilford not to touch her, but according to the arrest report he said he could do whatever he wanted. The 32-year-old Wilford was ordered to pay $303 in court costs Friday after pleading to the misdemeanor charge.

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