Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd was arrested Monday morning in Scottsdale, according to the Scottsdale Police Department.
Police say Floyd was asleep at the wheel at the intersection of Camelback Road and Goldwater Boulevard with his vehicle running when he was located by police.
Police say Floyd was arrested for DUI and failure to obey a police officer.
Floyd was booked and released Monday morning.
According to ESPN, Floyd was also arrested in 2011 while at Notre Dame for a DUI after running a stop sign at about 3 a.m. on campus.
He was also cited in 2010 for underage drinking in Minneapolis after police were called out to a fight.
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During his weekly press conference Monday afternoon, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians addressed the Floyd situation before he was even asked about it.
"I'm gathering as much information as I can right now on what happened and what our options are going forward. I'll probably have more information on that by Wednesday," he said. "Right now it's way too soon to know actually what happened and what can be done."
Arians said he's talked to Floyd since the arrest and confirmed no teammates were with Floyd in the vehicle. Arians said Floyd "just told me the facts" about the situation.
"We always talk about not being the guy and making correct decisions," Arians said. "Like I said, we'll get all the info hopefully later today and tomorrow on what was done and what will be done."