Former quarterback for the Buffalo Bills Kevin Kolb was arrested for boating while allegedly drunk in Willacy County.
It all happened around 2:45 a.m. Saturday.
The Texas Wildlife Parks Department arrested the 29-year-old University of Houston alumni while he was allegedly operating a boat while drunk.
Justice of the Peace George Solis set Kolb’s bond at $3,000, and charged him with boating while intoxicated.
The Willacy County Sheriff’s Officer told Action 4 News Kolb bonded out Saturday afternoon.
Further details on the Victoria, Texas native’s arrest are not available at this time.
Before playing with the Buffalo Bills, Kolb played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2007 to 2010.
The South Texas native then played for the Arizona Cardinals from 2011 to 2012.
Kolb was released by the Buffalo Bills earlier this year in March.