Report: Michigan QB Denard Robinson admits to driving with suspended license

December 18, 2012 

Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson pleaded guilty Monday to driving with a suspended license, ESPN.com reported Tuesday. He was cited for driving with a suspended or revoked license in Bath Township, Mich., early in the morning on Nov. 4.

The website reports Robinson was pulled over because he failed to signal and because he had expired registration tags on his license plate.

Robinson had to pay $870 in fines and $65 for the expired registration tags.

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