Suspended NFL DL Johnny Jolly was arrested over the weekend in Houston for possessing narcotics and tampering with evidence. It is his fourth arrest on a drug charge.
According to the Houston Chronicle, Jolly was charged with possession of a narcotic compound containing codeine and other substances, which is a felony. He also was charged with a felony of concealing codeine while he was being investigated on Saturday.
Jolly, a sixth-round draft pick of the Packers in 2006, was suspended indefinitely by commissioner Roger Goodell in July of 2010 after his previous arrests, also regarding codeine possession.
He played in 48 games in four seasons with the Packers, starting all 32 games in 2008-09.