Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain found some trouble, or vice-versa, during a trip home to Alabama in early December. Fairly soon, he’ll find out just how much trouble that trouble will cause him.
Per the Associated Press, McClain will stand trial on May 17 for allegedly punching a man, threatening to kill him, and firing a gun near his ear. Specifically, McClain is charged with third-degree assault, menacing, reckless endangerment and discharging a firearm.
McClain has faced no discipline from the team, and it’s believed that he has evidence to undercut the allegations. He’ll get the chance to present that evidence in fewer than four months.