With football season firing back up, former San Jose Mercury News sports reporter Mike Rosenberg compiled and shared statistics of NFL arrests (per team) over the last five years.
Using data from USA TODAY and The San Diego Union-Tribune, the Minnesota Vikings led the pack with 18 arrests -- thanks to Adrian Peterson and Everson Griffen, as well as ex-Vikings Chris Cook, Erin Henderson and Jerome Simpson.
The Broncos followed closely behind with 16 while the Buccaneers and Colts tied for 13 each. In total, 260 players have been arrested in 260 weeks -- averaging one a week. Yikes!
On the flipside,...
They deserve a nice bump for their trade for Trent Richardson alone, but how about that win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday? This team -- not the Houston Texans -- are officially the one to beat in the AFC South.