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Las Vegas police say Henry Ruggs will be charged with felony DUI resulting in death

Mike Florio and Chris Simms wonder how much Derrick Henry's broken foot came from being overworked and how the Titans can cope with his absence.

Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs escaped serious injury in a car accident that happened on Tuesday morning. However, the two-car accident resulted in a fatality -- and Ruggs allegedly was driving under the influence.

Las Vegas police have issued a statement indicating that Ruggs will be charged with DUI resulting in death.

Under Nevada law, DUI resulting in death is a Class B felony. Punishment includes two to 20 years in prison.

According to the statement, the front of Ruggs’s Corvette collided with the rear of a Toyota Rav4. The Toyota became engulfed in flames, and a “deceased victim” was found inside the Toyota.

Ruggs was taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.