Here are all 27 NFL players who have been arrested since the Super Bowl

And you thought Joey Barton was bad.

IT HAS BEEN an awful off-season for the NFL.

27 active players have been arrested in total so far, most notably star New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. Since the Super Bowl on 3 February, NFL players have been arrested for common crimes like DUI and public intoxication, but also for things like street racing, child abuse, and trying to solicit a prostitute.

Using the comprehensive databases of both Pro Football Talk and the San Diego Union Tribune, here’s the list of the 27 active players who have been arrested so far:

  1. Michael Boley, New York Giants (Feb. 8): Arrested for child abuse in Alabama
  2. Da’Quan Bowers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Feb. 18): Arrested for having a gun in his luggage at LaGuardia Airport, charges later reduced to disorderly conduct
  3. Al Netter, San Francisco 49ers (Feb. 22): Arrested for DUI in California
  4. Desmond Bryant, Cleveland Browns (Feb. 24): Arrested for criminal mischief in Miami
  5. J’Marcus Webb, Chicago Bears (Feb. 24): Arrested for marijuana possession in Illinois, charges dropped
  6. Javarris Lee, Arizona Cardinals (March 7): Arrested for failing to appear in court in Florida
  7. Quinton Carter, Denver Broncos (March 9): Arrested for allegedly cheating at craps at a Vegas casino, case dismissed
  8. Cody Grimm, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (March 10 and May 28): Arrested for public intoxication in Virginia twice
  9. Evan Rodriguez, Chicago Bears (March 21 and May 31): Arrested for resisting an officer in Miami (charged later dropped), and then for DUI, speeding and “improper lane usage”
  10. Trumaine Johnson, St. Louis Rams (March 22): Arrested for misdemeanor DUI in Montana
  11. Brandon Barden, Tennessee Titans (March 23): Arrested on suspicion of DUI after driving his car off the road in Georgia
  12. Amari Spivey, Detroit Lions (March 27): Arrested for third-degree assault in an alleged domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend in Connecticut
  13. William Moore, Atlanta Falcons (April 18): Arrested for simple battery after allegedly grabbing a woman by the shoulder in Atlanta
  14. Rolando McClain, Baltimore Ravens (April 22): Arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in Alabama
  15. Ronnell Lewis, Detroit Lions (April 23): Arrested for getting in a bar fight in Oklahoma
  16. Quentin Groves, Cleveland Browns (April 24): Arrested for solicitation in a prostitution sting in Ohio
  17. Cliff Harris, New York Jets (May 2): Arrested for marijuana possession in New Jersey
  18. Claude Davis, New York Jets (May 2): Arrested for marijuana possession in New Jersey
  19. Daryl Washington, Arizona Cardinals (May 3): Arrested for aggravated assault after an alleged domestic violence incident with his ex-girlfriend
  20. Armonty Bryant, Cleveland Browns (May 6): Arrested for DUI in Oklahoma
  21. Titus Young, free agent (May 5, twice, and May 10): Arrested on suspicion of DUI, and then arrested again on the same day for trying to steal his own car from the tow yard. Arrested less than a week later for burglary
  22. Mike Goodson, New York Jets (May 17): Arrested on drug and gun charges in New Jersey
  23. Joe Morgan, New Orleans Saints (May 29): Arrested for DWI in Louisiana
  24. Pacman Jones, Cincinnati Bengals (June 11): Arrested on an assault charge for allegedly punching a woman outside a club in Cincinnati
  25. Jason Peters, Philadelphia Eagles (June 12): Arrested for street racing and leading police on a high-speed chase
  26. Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots (June 26): Arrested on unknown charges stemming from the murder of a 27-year-old man
  27. Ausar Walcott, Cleveland Browns (June 26): Arrested for attempted murder after punching a man outside a club in New Jersey

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