A former Alabama standout and NFL player faces some serious potential trouble in Florida.
Keith McCants, who played linebacker for the Crimson Tide for during the late 1980s and was an All-American in 1989, was arrested in Pinellas County, in the area of St. Petersburg and Tampa, early Monday morning, according to arrest records.
McCants, 50, faces two charges. The first is a felony count of possession of crack cocaine, and the second is a charge of driving with a revoked or suspended license. He will reportedly face a court date on July 10 after bonding out of jail later Monday, The Associated Press reports.
The arrest is one of many for McCants since 2010.
After his All-America selection in his final season in Tuscaloosa, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted McCants fourth overall in the 1990 NFL Draft. He also played for the Houston Oilers and Arizona Cardinals during his NFL career that lasted until 1995.