Nu’Keese Richardson is dealing with more legal trouble.
The former Tennessee player was arrested and charged on Wednesday with possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and driving with a suspended or revoked license in North Palm Beach, Fla., according to the Palm Beach Post’s Jorge Milian.
Richardson was booked around 1 a.m. Wednesday morning and released at about 3 a.m, according to the report. This is Richardson’s second arrest of the year, as he faced charges of aggravated stalking and violating a court-ordered domestic violence injunction in February, per Milian.
The former wide receiver came to Knoxville as part of the 2009 recruiting class under then-head coach Lane Kiffin. Richardson played in nine games as a freshman before being dismissed from team after being arrested on charges of attempted armed robbery.
Richardson ended his Tennessee career with eight catches, 102 receiving yards and a touchdown before transferring to Coffeyville Community College in Kansas.