Jordan Addison, a former Pitt Panthers receiver, was issued a citation for his reckless driving on Thursday morning. The Wide Receiver was pulled over by the State Highway Patrol.

As reported by ESPN, Addison was pulled over and charged with reckless driving by the Minnesota State Patrol. This incident occurred after he was caught driving at a speed of 140 miles per hour in a Lamborghini.

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According to the incident report, Jordan Addison was pulled over by the State Highway Patrol shortly after 3 a.m. on a Thursday while driving on I-94 in St. Paul. At the time, he was found to be going 85 mph over the speed limit. As a result, Addison was issued a citation for his reckless driving, and the investigation into the incident is still ongoing.

Who is Jordan Addison?

Jordan Addison is a wide receiver with the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL, where he now displays his skills. He began his journey by playing for Pittsburgh in collegiate football. He excelled on the field throughout his tenure there, earning the honor of receiving the 2021 Fred Biletnikoff Award.

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In order to advance his football career, Addison transferred to USC for the next season. The Minnesota Vikings selected him in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft as a result of his outstanding abilities and performance, which drew the eye of NFL scouts.

Addison had a significant effect in his first season at Pittsburgh in 2020, playing in 10 games and gaining the starting position in eight of them. He led the club with an amazing performance of 60 receptions for 666 yards and four touchdowns, demonstrating exceptional talent and determination. His outstanding contributions ensured that he would start the following season in 2021.

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Addison, however, made a critical choice in May 2022 to continue playing collegiate football at the University of Southern California (USC). He made it known that he was joining the USC Trojans football team, demonstrating his desire to continue to succeed in a different setting and add to the football tradition of the Trojans.