Ex-Falcons RB Snelling arrested in Gwinnett

Former Falcon Jason Michael Snelling is in trouble again.

Gwinnett jail records show that the former running back was booked Tuesday on a charge of driving without a license. This is the second brush with the law in the last 11 months for the retired football player.

He was arrested last November for possession of marijuana while still with the Atlanta team.

Snelling announced his retirement from the Falcons last March after seven seasons with the team. He ended his career with 363 carries for 1,420 yards with eight touchdowns and a career average of 3.9 yards per carry.

He also had 168 receptions for 1,249 yards and nine touchdowns.

In 2013, Snelling ran for 164 yards on 44 carries with one touchdown in 14 games. He also added 29 catches for 216 yards and three touchdowns in the passing game.

“Jason was a good teammate and a joy to coach,” Falcons coach Mike Smith said in a statement released by the team last spring. “He played a number of roles for our team during his time here and was always ready when his number was called. We want to thank Jason for his contributions to our team and we wish him the best in his future endeavors.”