Mario Williams, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2006 NFL draft who became a four-time Pro Bowler, was arrested on Tuesday on a trespassing charge.
Williams entered a woman’s home in Katy, Texas, without her permission and was arrested and released on a $100 bond, according to KHOU. Williams reportedly has a child with the woman, who filed a restraining order against him in May.
A mental health or intellectual disability assessment was ordered for Williams.
Williams played six seasons with the Texans and went to two Pro Bowls, then signed as a free agent with the Bills and represented Buffalo in two more Pro Bowls. His final season was in Miami in 2016.