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New Orleans defensive back Marcus Maye receives new court date for around the start of training camp, according to report.

By Bob Rose | SI

New Orleans Saints S Marcus Maye has his pending DUI hearing rescheduled for July 25, according to ESPN Saints reporter Katherine Terrell. Maye, now 30, was involved in an incident in February of 2021 while with the New York Jets. He was charged with driving under the influence, property damage, and leaving the scene of an accident.

Maye has pleaded not guilty to the charges and has had hearings rescheduled multiple times. The July 25 court date is currently scheduled as a jury trial. Maye was also arrested last September in Metairie, LA in a road rage incident. The Jefferson Parish district attorney declined to press charges because of a lack of evidence.

A six-year NFL veteran, Maye was a second-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft out of Florida by the New York Jets. He spent his first five years with New York before signing a three-year contract with the Saints in the 2022 offseason. ...

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