Published: Jan 23, 2013
Cowboys DUI arrest [MUG SHOT] in Grapevine, Texas
by staff

Cowboys DUI arrest [MUG SHOT] in Grapevine, Texas - Dallas Cowboy starting nose tackle Jay Ratliff has been arrested for a possible DUI. He was apprehended in Grapevine, Texas, on Monday, January 21.

Ratliff was arrested and charged with DWI early Tuesday after his black Ford F-150 truck struck an 18-wheeler in Grapevine, Texas.
Ratliff -- the sole occupant of the vehicle -- was not injured in the crash. He was arrested after officers who responded to the scene determined he was intoxicated. Raliff was arraigned and bonded out of jail Tuesday morning.

Cowboys officials, in Mobile, Ala., watching practices for Saturday's Senior Bowl, declined comment. Ratliff's agent, Mark Slough, declined comment.

Ratliff, who was not available for comment, played in just six games in 2012 because of injuries.

The Ratliff arrest marks the second time a Cowboys player has dealt with police officials regarding DWIs in the last several months.

On Dec. 8, backup nose tackle Josh Brent was charged with involuntary manslaughter resulting in the death of friend and Cowboys practice squad player Jerry Brown.


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