Mark Ingram, Former New York Giant WR, Sentenced Two Additional Years

March 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former Giants wide receiver Mark Ingram Sr., the father of 2009 Heisman winner and Alabama RB Mark Ingram Jr., has been sentenced to two additional years in prison for jumping bail in order to watch his son play in the Sugar Bowl about a year ago.
He was serving a seven-year sentence for money laundering and bank fraud, which now has been extended to nine years.
Ingram had asked a judge if he could watch his son in the bowl game against Utah, but the judge denied his request.
About 18 years ago, Ingram won a Super Bowl with the New York Giants.
Ingram has been in and out of jail since his NFL day ended in 1996.
In December 2008, he was slated to surrender to police in order to serve his time, but was granted a delay to watch his son, Ingram Jr., finish his freshman season at the University of Alabama.
When Ingram had appealed to the judge for a second delay that same month in order to watch his son play in the New Orleans Sugar Bowl and was denied, he went...

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