Stevan Ridley, a former NFL running back who won a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots, was arrested over the weekend following an incident at a Mississippi nightclub.
The incident occurred at a club in Natchez around 1 a.m. local time Sunday, according to The Natchez Democrat, but details were not immediately available.
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Ridley was charged with disorderly conduct, according to the newspaper. Adams County Sheriff’s Office records also list the charges of «sleeper» and «foreign warrant/fugitive apprehension» next to the former NFL player’s name. He was released from jail on a $750 bond.
Ridley posted a photo of his truck on his Instagram and geotagged the Natchez area three days ago.
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He was born in Natchez and attended Trinity Episcopal High School in the area before heading to LSU.
The former Tigers standout entered the draft in 2011 and was selected by the Patriots in the third round. He quickly became an integral part of the offense. In four seasons, he had 2,817 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns. He also added 23 receptions for 146 yards to his stat line.
He was on the 2014 team that won the Super Bowl.
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Ridley was released after that season. He played for the New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons, and Pittsburgh Steelers before resigning after the 2018 season.