Rolando McClain has more legal trouble.
The linebacker, who signed a one-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens on April 12, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in Decatur, Ala., multiple media outlets reported.
WHNT News 19 cited witnesses who said McClain and a crowd of people were told to leave a park, and that McClain refused and started to curse at officers.
A December 2011 incident in Decatur involving a handgun resulted in charges against McClain that were ultimately dropped when the accuser decided not to pursue the case. McClain allegedly held a gun to a man's head and then aimed it just over his right ear and fired.
In January, local police arrested McClain again due to an alleged violation regarding the tint on his car window and for allegedly trying to provide a false identity.
McClain, 23, was Oakland's first-round draft pick in 2010, and he spent three years with the Raiders before they released him after the 2012 season. He was suspended by the Raiders late last season after an argument with coach Dennis Allen about being benched.
In 2012, McClain, a former Butkus Award winner while at Alabama, finished with 90 tackles (59 solo), one sack, one forced fumble and three passes defensed in nine games.