Newly-acquired Dallas Cowboys cornerback Nolan Carroll has found himself in hot water this week.
Carroll was arrested early Monday morning in Dallas on suspicion of DWI. This from WFAA-TV in Dallas:
Dallas police said an officer pulled Carroll over for a traffic violation in the 2200 block of McKinney Avenue in Dallas’ Uptown neighborhood.
A “welcome to Dallas party” was being thrown for Carroll at Sidebar in Uptown, according to social media posts. Sidebar is about a half-mile from Carroll’s arrest location, but it wasn’t immediately clear if he was coming from that party.
According to the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department, Carroll posted bond at 2:45 p.m. Monday and was released.
Carroll could be facing a two-game suspension from the NFL if he’s convicted for the offense. What would such a suspension mean for Carroll’s future in Dallas? Will the Cowboys release Carroll regardless of if he’s convicted or not? Or is Carroll’s spot in Dallas safe, and this is more an annoying bump in the road than anything else for the Cowboys?
We talk about all of it on today’s edition of CowboysCast.