Cowboys LB Rolando McClain Convicted Of Resisting Arrest & Disorderly Conduct


Cowboys ILB Rolando McClain has been convicted of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct for his involvement in an accident that occurred in Alabama last year, via the Associated Press.

  • McClain was sentenced to 18 days in jail and $1000 fine.
  • However, McClain has already filed an appealed regarding the courts ruling.
  • The charges are both considered misdemeanors.

McClain, 25, was accused of yelling an obscenity at police officers that were trying to arrest him after a disturbance that took place in a city park.

The Ravens actually signed McClain to a contract last year, but he wound up retiring from the NFL. It appeared as though his career had come to an end, but the Cowboys surprisingly traded for McClain a few weeks ago to add some much needed depth at inside linebacker.

The move was prompted after Sean Lee was lost for the season to a knee injury.

He hasn’t appeared in an NFL game since 2012, so we’ll have to see if he has anything left to offer after sitting out for an extended period of time.


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