Indianapolis Colts nose tackle David Parry was arrested in Scottsdale, AZ over the weekend according to ABC‘s Shane Dane.
Parry was arrested on suspicion of DUI, theft, robbery, criminal damage and resisting arrest.
According to the Scottsdale Police Department, “Parry was getting a ride from someone in a ‘transportation cart’
before he hit the driver in the head and took off with the cart. The cart was found by police crashed nearby into a gate. Parry was found on a sidewalk nearby and showed signs of alcohol impairment.”
This now creates an even more interesting position for the Colts on their defensive line. Arthur Jones was already
a candidate to become a cap casualty. And, it was already speculated if the Colts would upgrade over Parry as starting nose tackle this offseason. With a new general manager in town, there’s not much precedent to go off of as of yet.
Parry was drafted in the fifth round out of the University of Stanford in 2015. Last season, he recorded 3.0 sacks to go along with 47 tackles. He has 78 tackles (5.0 for loss) and 4.0 sacks in his two-year career.
The Colts have not released at statement at this time.