Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II is facing a multitude of serious legal charges after being arrested for the second time in less than a week.

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Winslow was taken into custody on Thursday, just hours after the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department put out a warrant for his arrest. Although authorities didn’t offer any details on the case, we do know that Winslow has been hit with a total of nine charges, including two counts of kidnapping with the intent to commit rape and two counts of forcible rape.

Although Winslow spent 10 seasons in the NFL, the 34-year-old never lived up to the hype that came with being the sixth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft. Winslow’s biggest season came in 2007, when earned a Pro Bowl berth with the Browns after catching 82 passes for 1,106 yards and five touchdowns. During his 10-year career, Winslow played for the Browns (2004-08), Buccaneers (2009-11), Patriots (2012) and Jets (2013). Winslow is the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow, who spent nine seasons with the Chargers before retiring in 1987.

That was John Daly’s reasoning when he pulled a similar stunt at the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst, saying it was his response to poor pin positions.

He was talking to the scoring official and said, ‘Whatever I get, I get. Just tell me what it is,’ said Connor Buff, the standard bearer on the course, as he stood next to the 18th green.

He had a +17 next to Mickelson’s score, but admitted that he didn’t know if it should be a +18. Andrew Beef Johnston, his playing partner, seemed like he was in a state of giddy disbelief for the final five holes.

Oh, the golf nerds might have held it against him for a while, but the rest of the world would have laughed it off. So why did Mickelson have to pretend he was the smartest man in the room?

I played Augusta National. It did not go well

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