Former Gators DE Bobby McCray arrested for DWI

By Adam Silverstein
December 29, 2009

New Orleans Saints defensive end Bobby McCray was arrested Tuesday morning and charged with a number of counts including driving while intoxicated, according to a report by The Associated Press. McCray was handcuffed after refusing to take a breath alcohol test during a routine traffic stop.

McCray was pulled over and arrested at 4:30 a.m. by an officer who caught him speeding. He was charged with DWI, speeding, careless operation of a motor vehicle and absence of vehicle registration. McCray was booked into Orleans Parish Prison but has been released on his own recognizance. Anyone who refuses a breath test under suspicion of driving drunk in Louisiana automatically loses their license for 12 months.

McCray was a two-time All-SEC second-team selection who played in 36 games while with the Florida Gators from 2001-04. He was drafted in the seventh round of the 2004 NFL Draft (249th overall) by the Jacksonville Jaguars.


  1. O-town Gator says:

    Stupidity on McCray’s part, but at least this time Urban Meyer can’t be blamed since he was mostly coached by Ron Zook while he was at UF.

  2. ReptilesRule says:

    Relative of Carlos Dunlap??

  3. Escambia94 says:

    The trolls are still going to blame Urban Meyer. Besides, it’s not as if the University of Florida has a magical leash on its players once they graduate. McCray’s “wingman”, as we say in the military, should have been a fellow New Orleans Saint player or coach, not a Florida Gator “keep former players out of jail” nanny.

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