Staying away from law enforcement seems to be more difficult than making paper origami for NFL athletes. Certain teams have bailed out their players and dealt with high-profile arrests more often than they have won games.
The NFL has seen its fair share of criminals dressed as football players come through the revolving door throughout the years. In the past decade, all 32 teams have dealt with their own self-inflicted PR storm.
Character has become a tangible quality that most organizations look for when screening free agents and potential draftees. The main exception to that notion being the Oakland Raiders, of course.