The lockout launched nearly six days ago, and already two arrests have occurred.
Both involve guns.
Vikings cornerback Chris Cook was arrested Saturday for allegedly brandishing a firearm. On Thursday, Raiders offensive lineman Mario Henderson was arrested for carrying a concealed firearm, according to NBC 2.
Henderson reportedly admitted to having the weapon after being pulled over for violating a Fort Myers ordinance that prohibits music from being heard more than 150 feet from a vehicle.
Henderson, who will become a free agent (possibly restricted, possibly unrestricted) whenever the next league year begins, was charged with carrying a concealed firearm. He also was cited for failure to wear a seat belt, and for violating the noise ordinance.
A four-year veteran who arrived via round three of the 2007 draft, Henderson appeared in every game with seven starts in 2010. In 2009, he started every game.