Found January 23, 2013 on Football Nation:
Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff was arrested early Tuesday morning on charges for driving while intoxicated. Ratliff was arrested shortly after he was involved in an automobile accident involving a tractor trailer after he lost control of his truck and hit the guard rail on State Highway 114. Reports from the Grapevine police department have stated that there were no injuries from the accident.It was also reported that Ratliff failed a field sobriety test and later refused further testing at the jail.He was released on a $500 bond Tuesday shortly after his arrest.There have been no reports coming out of Cowboys camp, and Jerry Jones has not released any statements on the situation.Ratliff was already in Jones' dog house over the way Ratliff handled his injuries and the amount of time he played in 2012.He only played six games with 16 total tackles, zero sacks, and one defended pass before the nagging injuries finally sent Ratliff to injured reserve with a groin injury.The...
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