Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez may be making most of the headlines, but he's just one in a string of NFL players arrested in the 2013 offseason. Using a list Business Insider put together using comprehensive databases from Pro Football Talk and the San Diego Union Tribune along with recent new reports, there are the 28 active players who have been arrested so far this year:
Michael Boley, New York Giants (Feb. 8, 2013) -- Arrested on child abuse charges in Alabama.
Da'Quan Bowers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Feb. 18) -- Arrested on charges he had a gun in his luggage at LaGuardia Airport. The charges were later reduced to disorderly conduct.
Al Netter, San Francisco 49ers (Feb. 22) -- Arrested on DUI charges in California.
Desmond Bryant, Cleveland Browns (Feb. 24) -- Arrested on criminal mischief charges in North Miami Beach, Fla.
J'Marcus Webb, Chicago Bears (Feb. 24) -- Arrested on marijuana possession charges in Illinois. The charges were later dropped.
Javarris James, Arizona Cardinals (March 7) -- Arrested for failing to appear in court in Florida.
Quinton Carter, Denver Broncos (March 9) -- Arrested on charges he cheated at craps at a Vegas casino. The case was later dimissed.
Cody Grimm, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (March 10 and May 28) -- Arrested twice in Virginia on public intoxication charges.
Evan Rodriguez, Chicago Bears (March 21 and May 31) -- Arrested for resisting an officer in Miami, a charge that was later dropped; then on charges of DUI, speeding and "improper lane usage."
Trumaine Johnson, St. Louis Rams (March 22) -- Arrested on misdemeanor DUI charges in Montana.
Brandon Barden, Tennessee Titans (March 23) -- Arrested on suspicion of DUI after driving his car off the road in Georgia.
Amari Spievey, Detroit Lions (March 27) -- Arrested on third-degree assault charges in an alleged domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend in Connecticut.
William Moore, Atlanta Falcons (April 18) -- Arrested on simple battery charges after police say he grabbed a woman by the shoulder in Atlanta.
Rolando McClain, Baltimore Ravens (April 22) -- Arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in Alabama.
Ronnell Lewis, Detroit Lions (April 23) -- Arrested after police say he got in a bar fight in Oklahoma.
Quentin Groves, Cleveland Browns (April 24) -- Arrested on solicitation charges in a prostitution sting in Ohio.
Cliff Harris, New York Jets (May 2) -- Arrested on marijuana possession charges in New Jersey.
Claude Davis, New York Jets (May 2) -- Arrested on marijuana possession charges in New Jersey.
Daryl Washington, Arizona Cardinals (May 3) -- Arrested on aggravated assault charges after police say he was involved in a domestic violence incident with his ex-girlfriend.
Armonty Bryant, Cleveland Browns (May 6) -- Arrested on DUI charges in Oklahoma.
Titus Young, free agent (May 5, twice, and May 10) -- Arrested on suspicion of DUI, then arrested the same day on charges he tried to steal his own car from the tow yard. Arrested less than a week later on burglary charges.
Mike Goodson, New York Jets (May 17) -- Arrested on gun and drug charges in New Jersey.
Joe Morgan, New Orleans Saints (May 29) -- Arrested on DWI charges in Louisiana.
Pacman Jones, Cincinnati Bengals (June 11) -- Arrested on assault charges after police say he punched a woman outside a club in Cincinnati.
Jason Peters, Philadelphia Eagles (June 12) -- Arrested on charges of street racing and leading police on a high-speed chase.
Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots (June 26) -- Arrested on murder and gun-related charges in Massachusetts.
Ausar Walcott, Cleveland Browns (June 26) -- Arrested on attempted murder charges after police say he punched a man outside a club in New Jersey.
Joe Lefeged, Indianapolis Colts (June 29) -- Arrested on charges of carrying a firearm without a license, having an unregistered firearm, having unregistered ammunition, presence of a firearm in a motor vehicle and possession of an open container of alcohol after fleeing a car police tried to stop in Washington, D.C.
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