DETROIT (WWJ) – Detroit Lions fourth-round draft pick Ronnell Lewis was arrested over the weekend in a Norman, Oklahoma bar reports ESPN.
Lewis, 22, reportedly got into a skirmish early Saturday morning that resulted in an arrest on three misdemeanor complaints.
He was booked for disturbing the peace, public intoxication and interfering with official procedure.
Lewis played for the University of Oklahoma, before he was drafted by the Lions as a defensive end last year.
He earned the nickname “Hammer” while in college.
Let the preseason of Lions football begin.
This isn’t the first time the Detroit Lions have had to deal with off-the-field issues with players.
Last year, preseason, Mike Leshoure and Nick Fairley ran into some legal issues that resulted in the suspension of running back Leshoure for two games and additional fines.