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12-03-2006, 11:34 PM
Former Aggie star quarterback out on bond

07:43 PM CST on Sunday, December 3, 2006

From 11 News Staff Reports

A former Texas A&M star quarterback is out on bond Sunday.

He was arrested at a midtown club called the Red Door located on Brazos.

Police said Reggie McNeal, who now plays for the Cincinnati Bengals, was trying to get into the club after it had closed.

When an off duty HPD officer who was working security at the club told him he couldn’t come in, police said McNeal became aggressive.

An HPD spokesperson said McNeal pushed the officer.

He was arrested and charged with resisting arrest.


:bang: :bang: Cut him...now please!

12-03-2006, 11:47 PM
McNeal was reportedly the third Bengal in the car with Odell Thurman and Chris Henry earlier this year. Nice to see he is carrying on the tradition.

Chip R
12-04-2006, 12:37 AM
I knew I should have stickied the thread the last time a Bengal got arrested. Maybe we should get another forum just for Bengals arrests. ;)

12-04-2006, 12:43 AM
Q: Who Dey?!
A: Ohio State Police....

12-04-2006, 08:55 AM
Get rid of him immediately. It's not like the guy has ever done anything on the playing field for the Bengals. Alcoholic, anger-management, whatever... he needs to go bye-bye.

12-04-2006, 10:09 AM
McNeal was reportedly the third Bengal in the car with Odell Thurman and Chris Henry earlier this year. Nice to see he is carrying on the tradition.

It was also his car that Odell was driving when he got his DUI...

The dude needs to change friends.

12-08-2006, 06:11 PM

HOUSTON (AP) -- Cincinnati Bengals rookie receiver Reggie McNeal is now facing a drug charge stemming from his arrest earlier this week outside a Houston nightclub.

Police found that McNeal, a former Texas A&M quarterback already charged with resisting arrest, had a cigarette that contained promethazine, an antihistamine that is sometimes used as a sedative, Houston police spokesman Gabe Ortiz said Friday.

Ortiz said the charge of possession of a dangerous drug, a misdemeanor, was added Tuesday, two days after McNeal scuffled with police when he was refused entry into The Red Door nightclub.

McNeal is out on bond and was set to have a court appearance next week.

McNeal set an A&M record with 6,992 passing yards and rushed for 1,889 yards, the second-most by an Aggies quarterback. The Lufkin, Texas, native set a Big 12 record with 213 consecutive passes without an interception.

McNeal was the Bengals' sixth-round pick and has played sparingly.

He is the seventh Bengals player arrested this year.

12-08-2006, 06:34 PM
"Another Bengal arrested"---a headline that can be constantly reused.

12-08-2006, 07:07 PM
Bring Back Reggie Rembert!!!!!