On Sunday, we posted an item regarding the status of Chargers receiver Vincent Jackson’s legal entanglement from the days preceding the team’s 2008 division-round loss to the Steelers.
And, as luck would have it, Jackson encountered another legal entanglement in the hours preceding the team’s 2009 division-round loss to the Jets.
According to 10news.com, Jackson was pulled over by a San Diego police officer on Sunday.
A department spokesman said the officer stopped Jackson because his music was too loud.
The officer cited Jackson for having expired vehicle tags and driving with a suspended license, a misdemeanor under California law. Jackson was handcuffed “for a short period of time,” but the officer opted not to take Jackson to jail.
Still, Jackson’s car was impounded, and he hitched a ride to the game with quarterback Philip Rivers.
Jackson’s DUI charges from January 2008 are still pending.
UPDATE: As a reader points out, Jackson’s sentence apparently was banishment to Revis Island. I wish I’d thought of that one.