Former Detroit Lions cornerback Stanley Wilson was arrested in Oregon on Saturday after he allegedly tried to break into a home.
Per Anna Marum of the Oregonian, a homeowner contacted police after Wilson made "alarming statements" and tried to enter the residence without permission. Police arrested Wilson after he exited a backyard shed in the nude.
It's the third time police have arrested Wilson in the last eight months. He was shot by a homeowner in June after trying to break into a home in Portland, Oregon, and then was arrested in January after being found outside another person's home. Wilson has been nude every time he's been arrested.
Last week, a judge sentenced Wilson to 10 days in prison for the June burglary arrest. In November, Wilson tested positive for methamphetamine, per Marum. He was to undergo court-ordered treatment and had attended one session as of January.
A third-round pick out of Stanford, Wilson played for the Lions from 2005 to 2007. He finished his career with 86 tackles and eight passes defensed.