Former Steeler Carlton Haselrig, whose NFL career was ended by a series of disappearances and substance abuse problems, was jailed on outstanding warrants on charges that he and another man created a disturbance at a credit union.
Haselrig, 33, played for the Buffalo Destroyers of the Arena Football League this year. He was arrested Monday at a magistrate's office in Johnstown, Pa., and taken to the Cambria County Prison.
Haselrig was wanted on two bench warrants and had appeared at the magistrate's office for a preliminary hearing on the disturbance charges.
FALCONS: Jamal Anderson was a no-show again. Anderson, refusing to report to camp until he receives a new contract, had indicated he planned to meet with Coach Dan Reeves and General Manager Harold Richardson.
But the player's California-based agent, Jim Sims, said he couldn't make it to Greenville, S.C., until today, so the meeting was delayed.
RAMS: Running back Robert Holcombe will miss three to four weeks after dislocating his shoulder in a scrimmage against the Raiders.
DOLPHINS: Rookie running back J.J. Johnson will miss up to 10 days with a strained left hamstring. Johnson, 25, was injured during a scrimmage against Tampa Bay on Aug. 7.