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2013 NFL Police Blotter…Thus Far Besides Titus Young

As the off-season is suppose to be a time of deep reflection and physical rest, several players have had better times as criminal misdoings have been cause for concern. It is a no brainer, that Titus Young undoubtedly gets the award for, “Biggest Screw Up”, but a plethora of names paved the way before his epic reign of mishaps (too much money and too much time is never a good combination). The 2012 off-season was even more debauchery filled, while big names such as Rey Maualuga, Nick Fairley and Marshawn Lynch highlighted the police blotter. A year later more problems all documented courtesy of Pro Football Talk.

4/29/13:  Jets DE Claude Davis and CB Cliff Harris are arrested for marijuana possession.

4/18/13:  Falcons S William Moore is arrested for simple battery.

3/26/13:  Lions S Amari Spievey is arrested for third-degree assault, risk of injury to a child and disorderly conduct.

3/22/13:  Rams CB Trumaine Johnson is arrested for DUI.

3/20/13:  Bears TE Evan Rodriguez is arrested for disorderly conduct.

3/9/13:  Broncos S Quinton Carter is arrested for committing fraud in a casino.

3/7/13:  Cardinals RB Javarris James is arrested for failure to appear in court.

2/24/13:  Raiders DT Desmond Bryant is arrested for criminal mischief.

2/23/13:  Titans TE Brandon Barden is arrest for DUI.

2/20/13:  49ers OL Al Netter is arrested for DUI.

2/18/13:  Buccaneers DE Da’Quan Bowers is arrested for criminal possession of a weapon.

1/29/13:  Seahawks LB Leroy Hill is arrested for domestic violence.

1/22/13:  Cowboys DT Jay Ratliff is arrested for DUI.

1/17/13:  Bengals RT Andre Smith is arrested for trying to bring a handgun aboard an airplane.

1/10/13:  Steelers RB Chris Rainey is arrested for slapping his girlfriend in an argument over a cell phone.

1/8/13:  Raiders LB Rolando McClain is arrested after giving false name to police.

1/4/13:  Bengals S Robert Sands is arrested for assault and domestic violence.

 

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