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Former San Diego Chargers QB Ryan Leaf was arrested on burglary, theft,and drugs charges on Friday afternoon in his hometown, according to officials at the Cascade County Detention Center.
Leaf, who is native to Great Falls, posted the $76,000 bond.
It was 14-years ago that Leaf was considered as a possible #1 overall pick in the draft, but he was selected behind Peyton Manning, who would go on to have a legendary career. Leaf, had a troubled NFL career, never living up to the lofty expectations when the Chargers opted to pick him with the 2nd pick in the 1998 draft. He would play only 3 years in the league before retiring following the 2001 season. He finished his career with 3666 yards passing, with 14 TDs and 36 INTs.
Details of the arrest have not yet been made public.
H/T Great Falls Tribune
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Ryan Leaf is in trouble with the law once again. He was reportedly arrested for multiple charges including burglary and theft.
Authorities say former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been arrested in his Montana hometown on burglary and drug possession charges.
Great Falls Police Sgt. Dean Bennett says Leaf was arrested Friday afternoon.
The circumstances surrounding Leaf's arrest are not immediately clear. Bennett says he hasn't seen a report detailing the allegations.
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Leaf ended up posting bond, which was set at $76,000.
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Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was arrested Friday in his Montana
hometown of Great Falls on burglary and drug possession charges,
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