Not again, Donovan.
Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb was arrested for DUI late last month in Arizona, a police statement confirmed with various media outlets on Tuesday.
According to the police report, McNabb was detained after he rear-ended a stopped vehicle at a traffic light in Gilbert, Arizona, on June 28. The former six-time NFL Pro Bowler was taken to a holding facility where he was cited and released. It's unknown whether McNabb took a field sobriety test to reveal his blood-alcohol content level after the crash.
This is McNabb's second arrest for driving under the influence. He served a one-day jail sentence last year following a December 2013 DUI arrest.
McNabb, 38, played 13 years in the NFL, mostly with the Philadelphia Eagles. He led Philly to four straight NFC championship game appearances from 2001-04, the last of which ended in a Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots in 2005.
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