It looks like the Buffalo Bills are quickly becoming the NFL's biggest soap opera. Bills' safety Donte' Whitner was arrested early this morning for aggravated disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. The incident occurred around 3 a.m. outside of The House of Blues in downtown Cleveland
Whitner was attending a birthday party for high school teammate Ted Ginn Jr before he was involved in a, "near riot" outside the club. The Cleveland Police Department alleges that as a brawl began to erupt Whitner aggressively forced his way into an area he was told by officers not to enter.
A police report states that after he was separated from the brawl, "[Whitner] began swinging his arms in a violent manner, and when restrained by officers, he broke free and took a fighting stance." The pugnacious Whitner then had to be TAZED in order for officers to place him in handcuffs.
This is just the latest in a string of off field issues for the Bills. On Wednesday, Marshawn Lynch was suspended for the first three games of the 2009 season for his role in a hit and run last year. Safety Ko Simpson was arrested New Years Morning for Disorderly Conduct after interfering with another arrest and screaming, "I'm Ko Simpson with the Buffalo Bills, I'm worth millions!" (Check out Ko's real salary)
Maybe Ralph Wilson can deal with T.O., but 5-0 and PO's might just drive the old man crazy.