Raiders WR Louis Murphy Arrested On Three Misdemeanors

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Louis Murphy became the third Raiders player to be arrested this offseason. Murphy, a former Florida Gator, was arrested in Gainesville and charged with possession of a drug without a valid prescription, failure to obey a police officer and resisting arrest without violence. Murphy joins offensive lineman Mario Henderson and running back Michael Bush as arrested Raiders. Henderon was arrested on a concealed firearm charge and Bush was arrested for DUI.

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I'd have to imagine Murphy's will qualify as the most "embarrassing" of the three arrests thus far. Murphy was apparently pulled over for playing music too loudly. Murphy drove on to a city parking lot and started to walk away with his passengers. After refusing to be arrested, three Gainesville cops finally got him in custody. During a subsequent search of his car, the police found a bottle containing 11 Viagra pills. Murphy did not have a prescription, although he claimed it was just to prevent his girlfriend from knowing about it. The jokes can really write themselves at this point.

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