Dallas Cowboys Cornerback Nolan Carroll Arrested for Suspicion of DWI


Dallas Cowboys Cornerback Nolan Carroll Arrested for Suspicion of DWI

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Nolan Carroll, 30, has been arrested for driving while intoxicated, reports CBS DFW.

He was stopped by Dallas Police for committing an unspecified traffic violation, a police spokesperson told the Dallas Morning News.

Sidebar, an Uptown club near where Carrroll was arrested, was hosting what was promoted as a "Welcome to Dallas Celebration" for him Sunday night.

He's the sixth Cowboy to have been officially arrested while still with the team since 2012, which does not include Greg Hardy or Ezekiel Elliott, who have been either investigated or acquired during a legal proceeding.

The team offers free Uber rides to players who think they may not be able to drive safely.

The Cowboys signed Carroll to a three-year, $10 million free agent deal in March. He has been working with the first team defense in organized team activities this offseason.

The Miami Dolphins selected Carroll in the fifth round of the 2010 National Football League draft out of Maryland.

Carroll started all 16 games last season for the Eagles as well as all 11 he played the previous year before an ankle injury ended his season.