According to McManaman, records from DeKalb County show that Abraham was detained, questioned and later charged with multiple counts, including DUI back on June 29.
McManaman mentions that Abraham would be subject to fine and/or suspension from the league if he were to be found guilty.
A Cardinals spokesperson confirmed that they are aware of the news, but didn’t offer a comment on the matter.
Abraham, 36, was a steal of a pickup for the Cardinals last year. He signed a two-year, $4.6 million contract included a $1 million signing bonus. His base salary for the upcoming season is a very reasonable $2.5 million.
In his first year with Arizona, Abraham recorded 37 tackles, 11.5 sacks, and four forced fumbles over the course of 16 games.