It's no secret professional athletes sometimes do bad things.
Sometimes, they even get away with it.
But it has become increasingly more difficult for athletes' "Bad Boy" behavior to go unnoticed. In the 24/7 media-soaked Internet world we live in today, an athlete arrested at 3 a.m. can expect to lead off ESPN's 7 a.m. broadcast.
Lawrence Taylor is the latest NFL-associated person to fall under the long arm of the law.
Sometimes, the players reveal themselves as "being like the rest of us" and just making poor decisions. Other players are in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Then there are those players who knowingly put themselves into bad situations, only to act surprised when they are forced to explain themselves.
This last offseason has been full of crime reports.
Here are a list of names who were forced to deal with things more serious than parking tickets who aren't named O.J. Simpson.