Ex-NFL RB Jamal Anderson allegedly exposed himself at gas station
Former Atlanta Falcons running back Jamal Anderson reportedly had a, um, troubling incident at a gas station in Georgia this week.
According to a police report obtained by TMZ, Anderson walked into a QuikTrip convenience store at a gas station and was slurring his words as he paid the cashier. He then allegedly started walking around the store, eventually returning to the counter and exposing himself. The clerk told police that Anderson took out his genitals and began masturbating.
Somehow, Anderson was not arrested. Police say he appeared intoxicated and claimed he was dropped off at the store by friends, but the clerk declined to press charges over the indecent act. Anderson was issued a ticket for criminal trespass and banned from the QuikTrip for life. Police even arranged an Uber ride home for him.
Anderson played for the Falcons for eight seasons from 1994-2001. He made the Pro Bowl in 1998. The last time we heard from him was when the Arkansas Razorbacks made an embarrassing mistake by sending him a letter. These are not the types of headlines an NFL player hopes to make after his playing career is over.