Rolando McClain Arrested (again)

McClain Arrested

Well… that didn’t take long.

WHNT in Huntsville, Al. is reporting that Rolando McClain has been arrested Sunday night for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. This latest development will mark the second time McClain has been arrested this offseason.

Witnesses told WHNT that McClain was with a large group of people in a park and refused to leave when ordered by police. McClain, who routinely trash-talks police officers as he would an opponent on the football field continued with his disregard for law enforcement and cursed at them. In case you need a refresher, McClain’s January arrest was for his actions when signing a ticket for illegal window tint. Instead of his autograph, McClain signed “(Expletive) y’all,” ultimately leading to his arrest.

A week after being released by the Raiders, McClain signed a one-year deal with the Ravens. Before an official contract offer was made, McClain not only had to pass a routine physical, but he had to have a discussion with general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh. Apparently McClain didn’t take that too seriously.

McClain’s career in Baltimore could be over before it started. The Ravens wisely offered him a cheap one-year contract with no guaranteed money. If released, McClain won’t even cost the Ravens his bail money.

As for now, the Ravens will need to decide if they want to keep McClain or just cut their losses and move on. For McClain, he needs to decide if the uniform he wears this fall is either issued by the NFL or the Morgan County jail. Judging by his actions, the latter seems like the decision he has made.

In other news – water is wet.

 

 

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