Ex-NFL QB Mallett arrested on suspicion of DWI

Details released in Mallett DWI case

Details released in Mallett DWI case

After beginning his college career at Michigan, Mallett transferred to Arkansas and passed for 7,493 yards and 62 touchdowns against 19 interceptions in two seasons (2009-10).

Former University of Arkansas, University of MI and National Football League quarterback Ryan Mallett has been arrested in northwest Arkansas on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

Along with the DWI, Mallett was also cited for careless prohibited driving for swaying over the center line.

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Cops tested his blood alcohol level. and he blew a.08, jail officials tell us.

Lt. Taylor said officers responded to an accident near the intersection of New Hope and 112 around 6:23 p.m. Mallett recently accepted an XFL Commissioner Invite to be part of the XFL draft in mid-October.

This is definitely bad timing, to say the least. The league has since backed away from that position, but this may be one issue too many.

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