Dallas Cowboys pass rusher DE Sam Williams arrested in Frisco.
Sam Williams, a second-year player out of Ole Miss, was booked on charges of possession of a controlled substance was arrested in Frisco.
Dallas Cowboys pass rusher Sam Williams has been arrested in Frisco, as per Frisco police.
The second-year player out of Ole Miss was fined on charges of ownership of a controlled substance and the unlawful conveying of a weapon.
Frisco Police confirmed to media that the controlled substance was short of one gram of THC.
The circumstances that led to the arrest have yet to be delivered.
The 24-year-old Williams had a sack and two tackles in the Cowboys preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday night.
The defensive end was at the Cowboys open practice in Frisco on Tuesday.
This isn’t Williams’ first run in with the law since joining the Cowboys.
In December 2022, Williams was referred to for crazy driving in an accident in Plano.
He sideswiped a car while traveling south on Preston Road in Corvette.
Both Williams and the other driver were briefly hospitalized.
Williams was a second-round pick for the Dallas Cowboys in 2022.
In his rookie season he recorded 4 sacks and 15 tackles for the team, improving as the year went on.