NFL PLAYER ARRESTS: SHOWING 5 Record(s)
|2014-10-05||MIN||Tom Johnson||DT||Arrested||Trespassing||Police said he refused to leave a restaurant in Minneapolis after it closed. Police used a chemical spray and stun gun on him when they say he resisted.||Acquitted by jury.|
|2014-08-23||BUF||Alan Branch||DT||Arrested||DUI||Accused of drunken driving, blood-alcohol content of 0.14, after police say they noticed him vomiting out of car door in Cheektowaga, N.Y.||Pleaded guilty, $900 in fines and costs, six-month ignition interlock device required. Team released him the next day.|
|2014-05-30||BUF||Marcell Dareus||DT||Arrested||Reckless driving||Accused of crashing his Jaguar into a tree in Hamburg, N.Y., drag racing and reckless endangerment.||Pleaded guilty to two traffic violations, fined $300 and agreed to host free high school football clinic.|
|2014-05-05||BUF||Marcell Dareus||DT||Arrested||Drugs||Pulled over for speeding in Alabama, accused of felony drug possession.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2014-01-14||TB||Akeem Spence||DT||Arrested||Drugs||Pulled over for speeding in Alabama, accused of marijuana possession after police dog searched car.||Diversion program, probation.|
These are arrests, charges and citations of NFL players for crimes more serious than common traffic violations. Almost all of the players belonged to an NFL roster at the time of the incident. In rare cases, a free agent is included only if that player later signs with an NFL team. The data comes from media reports and public records. It cannot be considered fully complete because records of some player arrests might not have been found for various reasons, including lack of media coverage or accessible public records. Many resolutions to these cases also are pending or could not be immediately found. The database was conceived and created by sports writer Brent Schrotenboer, who can be reached at email@example.com. Please contact him with any updates or inquiries.