UPDATE: Bengal Accused in Road Rage Incident Pleads Not Guilty

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/11 5:19 pm
Cincinnati fullback Orson Charles entered a not guilty plea as he stood before a Madison County judge in on Friday to charges that he pointed a gun at another driver on I-75.

The 23-year-old Bengal could also face disciplinary action from the NFL because of the alleged incident that occurred on March 31.

The other driver involved said Charles had cut him off and that prompted an escalation in road rage. Charles reportedly aimed a handgun at him as a result.

He will appear in court again on April 23.
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