Baltimore Ravens running back Bernard Pierce was charged with DUI last week after he was stopped for speeding in Baltimore County.
The team released Pierce later in the day.
Baltimore County police claim an officer stopped a Ford Mustang that was speeding around 2 a.m. ET Wednesday in Towson, just north of Baltimore.
Pierce was taken to a station house in Towson for processing, and later released.
Pierce is charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol and two additional speeding offenses.
This is not the first run in with the law that the Ravens have had recently. Five Ravens players were arrested last year, most notably running back Ray Rice for domestic violence. This criminal offense resulted in his suspension by the NFL and his release from the team.
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- Did the police stop you legally?
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