In the early hours of Monday morning, ex-Cowboys, Raiders, and Arkansas Razorbacks running back Darren McFadden was arrested and charged with DWI, according to TMZ. The arrest occurred at a Dallas/Fort Worth-area Whataburger, where the retired 31-year-old runner was reportedly found asleep behind the wheel in the drive-thru. To further complicate matters, McFadden was also charged with resisting arrest, and the report states that both his driver and passenger's side windows were smashed in during the course of him being apprehended. McFadden was taken to a nearby police station where he bailed himself out shortly afterward.
McFadden was the fourth overall pick by the Oakland Raiders in the 2008 NFL Draft following a sterling collegiate career. Not only was he a two-time consensus All-American, but he also has space on his trophy rack for his Walter Camp Award (for best college player) and two Doak Walker Awards (for best college running back).
His pro career wasn't as great, though it wasn't a complete disaster either. In 2010 he rushed for 1,157 yards in 13 games for Oakland. Injury problems plagued him for a majority of his time in the NFL, but he also managed to top 1,000 yards with Dallas in 2015. He retired in November 2017 two days after he was released by the Cowboys to wrap up nearly a decade in the league after he was made expendable thanks to Ezekiel Elliott.
Also of (infamous) note is that, in 2016, McFadden busted his elbow trying to save his iPhone from breaking. On top of that he also might've lost out big on a botched Bitcoin investment. Despite that, TMZ reports that he made almost $50 million in his NFL career.