Atlanta resident Kordell Stewart was arrested Wednesday in Alpharetta for driving with a suspended license and for failure to appear, WSB-TV reports, after which he was booked into Alpharetta City Jail.
You'll recall Stewart as the Pittsburgh Steelers QB who was named AFC Offensive Player of the Year in 2001, when then-offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey deployed him as the team's "Slash," playing him all over the field. At various points in his career, he's also played running back, wide receiver and punt returner.
Mularkey is currently the Atlanta Falcons OC, but has yet to create the same kind of role here. Jacquizz Rodgers can sort of throw.
Stewart has been out of the NFL since the end of the 2005 season, in which he played for the Baltimore Ravens. The Colorado Buffaloes standout led his college squad to a top-5 national finish in 1994. The Louisiana native also played a season for the Chicago Bears in there.
For more on Stewart, visit Behind The Steel Curtain.