Former NFL QB Kordell Stewart was arrested in Georgia on Wednesday and charged with speeding and driving with a suspended license.
Stewart, who is now an analyst for ESPN, exited jail after posting a $3,000 bond and is due in court on July 12.
ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz declined comment about the arrest to the AP.
Stewart played with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1995-2002.
Stewart, best known as “Slash” for his passing/running/receiving/kicking ability, became the second all-time NFL leader in rushing touchdowns during his 11 NFL seasons.
MORE HIP-HOP WIRED NEWS AND VIDEO
Tyler, The Creator “Goblin” Album Review [Video]
Bilal Talks About Raising Autistic Son & Making “Little Ones” Video
Find Out Why The Clipse’s Malice And Bun B Respect Christian Hip-Hop Artist Lecrae So Much [Video Interview]
Dr. Steve Perry Gives Advice To Obama, Talks Bill Cosby & Russell Simmons Beef And New Book
Twitter Reacts To Yung Miami's Acting & Lil Meech Earning His Big Nickname In Latest 'BMF' Episode
Famous Women Caught With Busted Up Feet [Photos]
Tekashi 6ix9ine Catches The Fade In Florida LA Fitness, Twitter Has No Sympathy
LA Fitness Staff Rushed Tekashi 6ix9ine To A Safe Room After He Caught The Hands & Feet
Twitter Says Gunna Is On Fade Notice After Tekashi 6ix9ine Got The Brakes Beat Off Him
BET Uncut Is Not Coming Back; Here's Its 15 Wildest Videos Anyway
15 Music Stars Who Had Disturbing Relationships With Their Entourages [Photos]
Blac Chyna Gets Breast & Butt Reductions, Wants To Be A Better Version of Herself