It’s finally happened. A member of the 2010 draft class has proven that he belongs in the NFL.
By getting arrested.
Rams cornerback Jerome Murphy, the first pick in round three of the draft, was charged with driving without a valid license on Saturday near the USF campus in Tampa, according to Greg Auman of tampabay.com.
Murphy was booked and released after posting $250 bond. He apparently was on campus to participate in a 7-on-7 football camp for high school students.
Though that fact shouldn’t provide diplomatic immunity for, you know, real crimes, arresting a guy for driving without a valid license seems a little harsh.