Las Vegas Raiders' Nate Hobbs 'arrested for DUI after he was found asleep at the wheel on a hotel parking lot exit ramp'

ONLY a few hours after a win, Las Vegas Raiders player Nate Hobbs was reportedly arrested for DUI in Las Vegas.

The cornerback was allegedly found asleep in his car on a parking lot exit ramp in Las Vegas.


The police were responding to a call from The Cromwell Hotel, where witnesses saw 22-year-old Hobbs passed out around 4am.

Sources speaking to TMZ said that Hobbs was woken up by police offers, and then did not pass field sobriety tests when administered.

According to TMZ, interim head coach Rich Bisaccia confirmed that the Raiders knew about the arrest, but that there has not been an update yet to Hobbs' status on the team.

"We're just trying to collect as much information as we possibly can on what exactly happened, and what the situation is and where he's at with that," Bisaccia told the outlet.

Hobbs was arrested and booked at the Clark County Detention Center early Monday morning, and is reportedly in the process of being released.

He is expected to appear in court in May.

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Born on June 24, 1999, Nate Hobbs is a professional football player.

A three-star recruit out of high school, Hobbs played college ball for the University of Illinois.

He was a fifth round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, and signed a contract with the Las Vegas Raiders on May 17, 2021.

A Louisville, Kentucky native, Hobbs started as cornerback for the Raiders in their game against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, January 2, 2022, recording four combined tackles.

The Sun has reached out to the Raiders and local police for more information.

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