Dallas Cowboys cornerback, Nolan Carroll was arrested by Dallas Police for a DWI early Monday morning. According to the Dallas County Sheriff's Department Carroll posted bond at 2:45 p.m. Monday afternoon and was released.
The Cowboys signed the 30-year-old Carroll to a three-year, $10 million contract earlier this offseason. He projects to be a starter on the Dallas defense in 2017. That is ... if he doesn’t face suspension after getting in trouble. Note that in addition to legal charges, Carroll is subject to punishment under the NFL’s personal conduct policy. Cowboys players have seemingly had problems staying out of trouble lately.
Prior to joining Dallas, Carroll spent three seasons with the Eagles. He made 28 starts in 43 career games played for Philadelphia. Carroll’s NFL career began in Miami when the Dolphins selected him in the fifth round of the 2010 NFL Draft.
Don’t drink and drive, people.