Linebacker Rolando McClain of the Oakland Raiders has been arrested again. The arrest occurred in Morgan County, Alabama for violating the city’s window tint code for vehicles and giving the police a false name.
The news on the defensive player was reported by MercuryNews.com on Wednesday morning. The article did not indicate when the arrest occurred, but it did report that McClain was out on bail right after the incident.
The Raiders were made aware of McClain’s arrest, but the team declined to comment on the situation.
Rolando McClain is expected to be released by the Raiders this offseason due to all the commotion the player is bringing to himself and the team.
McClain served a two-game suspension at the end of the season for arguing with Coach Dennis Allen during practice. In addition, McClain did not get to play the last two games of the season for being put in the inactive list.
In November, the linebacker was found guilty of misdemeanor charges that included reckless endangerment, menacing, and illegal discharge of a firearm in connection with a fight.
According to the article, the charges were dropped by the victim who happened to be a childhood friend of McClain. The case was declined and continued on appeal by the state.
McClain is scheduled to make $4 million in 2013, but it is expected that the Raiders will most likely let the defensive player go.