Former Lions receiver Charles Rogers is in trouble with the law again.
Rogers is wanted on two warrants seeking his arrest in Saginaw, Michigan, according to WJRT-TV, via the Detroit News. The warrants stem from five misdemeanor charges in two unrelated incidents.
Rogers is charged with making a malicious phone call and conspiring to commit a crime in one incident, and possessing marijuana, an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and driving on a suspended license in the other.
Former Lions President Matt Millen took Rogers with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2003 NFL draft. His NFL career consisted of 15 games, in which he had 36 catches for 440 yards and four touchdowns. Rogers has had several off-field issues ranging from drunk driving to an arrest for assault and battery.
Between Rogers’ arrest warrants and Ryan Leaf’s arrest, things aren’t going well for No. 2 overall draft busts right now. Tony Mandarich may want to stay inside this weekend.