Attorney: Bucs' Huff was represented in court hearing
Bucs WR Josh Huff had a case screening in a New Jersey court Tuesday for his Nov. 1 arrest on gun and marijuana charges, but prosecutors did not require him to appear since he is employed in Tampa.
Huff was represented by his attorney, Andrew Smith. Huff did not violate his conditions of bail and no warrant was issued, according to Smith. A report in the Philadelphia Inquirer Tuesday indicated Huff was expected to appear.
Huff, who was released by the Eagles two days after his arrest, was signed last week by the Bucs to their practice squad. Huff was arrested Nov. 1 and charged with unlawful possession of a weapon and prohibited weapons/devices for hollow-point bullets. He was given a New Jersey traffic summons for DUI, speeding and obstructed view because of dark tinted windows. He also was given a criminal summons for marijuana under 50 grams.