By Andrew Fisher @AndrewFisherRS on March 27, 2014
Ray Rice has finally been indicted on assault charges, stemming from his arrest last month. The star RB could be jailed for up to five years if he's prosecuted to the fullest extent.
We all know that Rice is just one name in the long line of NFL players who've been arrested. Here are the 10 most recent NFL star arrests:
Bess was arrested on 1/7/14 for assaulting a law enforcement officer at the Fort Lauderdale Airport.
Henderson was really on his arrest game last fall. The LB went to jail both times on suspicion of DWI and drug possession.
Keiser was arrested on a misdemeanor battery charge after an incident at a restaurant and bar.
Melton was charged with assault and public intox after an altercation at bar. He's currently being sued by the bar owner.
The DB was arrested on a warrant for non-payment of child support in New Jersey on 12/20/13.
Jefferson was arrested and charged with one count of felony domestic assault following a fight with his domestic partner on 11/25/13.
Snelling was arrested for marijuana possession in an Atlanta suburb last November. Maybe he should request a trade to Colorado?
Bowe was arrested on marijuana charges right before the Chiefs huge game with the Broncos last season.
Simpson was arrested for the second time in his NFL career on 11/9/13. This time, he was suspected of DWI. Last time, he had a couple pounds of weed shipped to his house. Genius.
Smith had a rough month of October in 2013. He was charged with three felony counts of illegal possession of an assault weapon, stemming from a party at his house back in 2012.
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