Current NFL free agent and running back Le'Ron McClain has been arrested by Tuscaloosa Authorities for reportedly trafficking synthetic marijuana.
The former standout running back for the Alabama Crimson Tide had been wanted by the police for his connection to selling fake Marijuana after reports emerged that he was being tracked by Tuscaloosa Authorities.
The Tuscaloosa News' Stephanie Taylor first reported the news that he was wanted for an arrest and posted the details once he had been cuffed:
Taylor had reported throughout the day on November 5th detailing the search for the former running back in the NFL and he was caught the following day and charged.
McClain, 29, was drafted in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL draft by the Baltimore Ravens after spending four years at Alabama.
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Wanted by authorities
On November 5th, Taylor ran a series of descriptions through her official Twitter account as to the reasons behind Authorities in Tuscaloosa demanding his incarceration.
In his short career in the NFL, McClain was primarily used as fullback and lead blocker, he enjoyed stints at the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers.
However is most notable impact was with the team who drafted him, the Baltimore Ravens, in four seasons with the franchise he made two Pro Bowls and was named a First-Team All-Pro in 2008.
McClain last played in the professional ranks in 2013 before being released into the free agent market, he managed to tally 1,867 yards from scrimmage and 16 touchdowns in his professional career.