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Former Cowboys LB Rolando McClain Arrested on Drug, Gun Charges After Traffic Stop

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The Moulton Police Department in Alabama said Monday it arrested former NFL linebacker Rolando McClain on Saturday and charged him with second-degree possession of marijuana, speeding and possession of a concealed weapon with out a permit, per Charles Montgomery of WAFF.

Per that report, McClain was stopped for speeding and officers said they smelled marijuana via his vehicle. TMZ Sports reported that police said McClain have been driving 70 mph in a 55 mph zone.

In accordance with police, he told officers he previously a gun in his car after he was asked to come out of the automobile.

Officers said they found marijuana in the pouch of chewing tobacco. Officers also said that McClain didn’t have a permit to transport a concealed weapon.

Another passenger in his vehicle, Detrick Mostello, was also arrested and charged with second-degree possession of marijuana.

McClain, 33, last played in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys in 2015. The Oakland Raiders drafted him in the initial round of the 2010 NFL draft (No. 8 overall), and he showed promise, though suspensions and an arrest cut his career short.

The NFL suspended him for 10 games in 2016 following a positive drug ensure that you again for a whole year for missing a drug test with the league.

IN-MAY 2017 McClain was arrested and charged with second-degree possession of marijuana, carrying a firearm with out a permit and misdemeanor equipment.

In 2019, the NFL suspended him indefinitely:

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Free agent LB Rolando McCLain, who was simply conditionally reinstated to the NFL and released by the Cowboys in early September, has been suspended indefinitely again by the NFL, per source.

In his career, McClain registered 407 tackles in five total seasons.

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