This is sure to bring in more good publicity for Penn State.
Indianapolis Colts president Bill Polian announced today that defensive tackle Ed Johnson was arrested for speeding and possession of marijuana early this morning in Hamilton County.
"Those charges have been filed, it is my understanding, and we are in the process right now of determining what course of action to take with respect to discipline," Polian said. "There will be discipline, the question is what is it."
Johnson is a starter but coach Tony Dungy said he would not play Sunday when the Colts face Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Dungy said he was uncertain who would replace the second-year player from Penn State in the lineup.
Johnson was unavailable for comment.
Update: Colts release him.
Colts president Bill Polian said the team would waive Johnson Thursday. He said the Colts consider every violation of a team rule or NFL policy on a case-by-case basis.
"In this particular case, Ed was well aware that his past history required him to be in complete compliance with club rules," Polian said.