Raheem Brock Arrested; Reportedly Fails To Pay $27 Bar Tab

DE Raheem Brock, most recently with the Seahawks, was arrested in Philadelphia after allegedly failing to pay a $27 bar tab and resisting arrest.

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Raheem Brock Arrested; Reportedly Fails To Pay $27 Bar Tab

The NFL lockout has another victim. Free agent DE Raheem Brock was arrested on Thursday night after allegedly walking out on a $27 bar tab in Philadelphia, My Fox Philly reports. Brock was in town for a football camp and, according to court records, was charged with resisting arrest and theft.

According to the report, there was an incident when police confronted Brock after the bar tab incident.

A Fox 29 source says Brock allegedly dipped out on a $27 bill at the Copacabana. He was questioned by police at 5th and South streets. Our source says there a minor struggle and police put Brock under arrest.

This sounds like a misunderstanding more than anything -- sort of like LB Mike Vrabel's arrest a few months ago. Unless the NFL lockout has hit him harder than we realize, Brock may have paid the bill had he known it would result in the police confronting him. Maybe he didn't even know he had walked out or maybe he's as guilty as the story makes him look. Whatever the case, we look forward to hearing Brock's side of the story on this one. 

Brock will be a free agent whenever the NFL lockout ends but many expect him to re-sign with the Seattle Seahawks

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