Ravens safety Will Hill has been no stranger to off-field issues during his NFL career and he has another one to work out in New Jersey.
Hudson County law enforcement officials say that there has been a warrant for Hill’s arrest issued due to his alleged failure to pay $16,588.18 in back child support. TMZ has the initial report on the warrant and adds that he is not actively being sought by police at this time, but that the he would be arrested if he’s otherwise stopped by police.
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that Hill is aware of the child support issues, but was not aware of the warrant. The Ravens are also aware of the situation.
Hill joined the Ravens before the 2014 season and promptly served a six-game suspension for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy. That suspension led to his release from the Giants, who had stuck with Hill through two other suspensions that totaled eight games and a 2013 arrest for non-payment of child support.
Hill started eight regular season games and both playoff contests for Baltimore. He’s set to be a restricted free agent this offseason.