Defensive end Johnny Jolly during training camp in 2009, his last full season with the Green Bay Packers. Suspended last season after a drug arrest, he was arrested again Friday for drug possession. File/Press-Gazette
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy recently said suspended defensive end Johnny Jolly was definitely in the team's plans for 2011. That may have changed Friday.
Jolly, 28, was arrested in Houston early Friday morning and was charged with possession of codeine with the intent to distribute. Jolly was pulled over for a traffic violation and produced a state identification card instead of a driver's license. Police discovered his license has been suspended and is ineligible to be renewed.
Police searched Jolly's Escalade and allegedly discovered 600 grams of codeine and a bottle of an ...