Defensive lineman Montravius Adams of the Green Bay Packers was arrested in Georgia this week and faces charges of marijuana possession and driving offenses.
Agents asked Adams, 24, to stop his march on Tuesday shortly after 6:00 p.m. on suspicion that he was driving with a suspended record and no vehicle insurance, according to a report by the Houston County Police Department. . However, it is unknown at the moment what caused the suspicion of the agents.
An officer detected a scent of marijuana, which was found in a search of the car, the report said.
The lineman faces misdemeanor charges for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, driving with an expired record and without insurance.
Adams was released from the Houston County Detention Center after posting bail of $ 2,964.
In a statement, the Packers said they were aware of what happened but will not make a statement as it is an “ongoing legal matter.”
Adams was selected in the third round of the 2017 draft from Auburn. Last year he had 19 tackles in 14 games, two of them as a starter. He finished with 26 tackles and 1.5 sacks in 2018 by participating in 16 games, starting one.