Rams' Trumaine Johnson arrested for DUI

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Johnson was arrested for a DUI in his college town of Missoula, Mont.

Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson was arrested in the early hours of Friday morning for driving under the influence in his old college town, Montana police reports indicate.

The 23-year-old was arrested at around 3:05 a.m. for allegedly driving drunk around Missoula, where he played for the Montana Grizzlies. The charge was considered a misdemeanor, and he was released on a $700 bond roughly an hour later.

Johnson had a strong first season with St. Louis, as Turf Show Times wrote in January. He was selected with a high third-round pick out of the FCS school -- the second-highest pick in school history -- despite vague talk of "character issues." He had a good showing for a St. Louis team that ended up just below .500, picking off two passes and breaking up eight. He didn't gain a starting role, instead backing up Cortland Finnegan, but showed promise for the future.

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