Randy Moss isn’t the only member of the New England Patriots who isn’t undefeated in criminal court. Eight members of the Super Bowl bound team have arrest records.
|Randy Moss||2008: Restraining order by a Florida girl friend who accused him of unnecessary roughness while they watched a playoff game. 2002: Felony assault charge, later reduced to a misdemeanor, for hitting a female Minnesota cop with his car while making an illegal U-turn.1996: Domestic-assault charges, later dropped.1996: Removed from Florida State football team after testing positive for pot.
1995: Served three days after racially charged fight at his West Virginia high school
|Jabar Gaffney||2000: Charged while in high school with grand theft for allegedly stealing cash and jewelry from a locker room during a football game; plead to lesser charges. 2006: Charged with possessing .380 semiautomatic handgun in his glove compartment; charge dropped.|
|Kyle Eckel||2006: Naval Academy graduate was forced to resign as a Navy officer for undisclosed reasons. 2005: Arrested on assault and sexual-offense charges after an Annapolis, Md., woman claimed he broke her arm by grabbing and shoving; charges dropped.|
|Willie Andrews||2002: Sentenced to 30 days in Texas after Texas cops found a .25-caliber pistol in his trunk.|
|Le Kevin Smith||2005: Assault bust for allegedly choking a traffic-enforcement agent at the University of Nebraska stadium; school handled internally.|
|Donte Stallworth||2006: Arrested in Miami after refusal to hang up his cellphone and shut off Bentley engine after traffic stop for an expired license.|
|Mike Vrabel||1995: Misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct charge after fight outside a Kent, Ohio, bar left a man with head and face injuries; on lesser charges.|
|C.J. Jones||2001: Convicted of drunken driving in Iowa during college.|
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