One-time Redskins and current Chiefs cornerback Bashaud Breeland wrote in a tweet that he was innocent of all charges after he was arrested in South Carolina on Tuesday.
"Lot of people wanna speculate on my situation and don't know the facts. I really was at a gas pump got approach by two guys," he wrote. "Police pulled up they throw something (in) my car as police pulled up which the cop saw and I was the one detained wit charges that really shouldn't be charged. I'm not fighting to clear a name I don't care wat [sic] people think, I know the truth, innocent until proven guilty."
The tweet was later deleted.
According to reports, Breeland was charged with having alcohol in a motor vehicle with the seal broken, having an open container of beer or wine in a motor vehicle, possession of 28 grams or less of marijuana or 10 grams of hash, driving a vehicle without a license and resisting arrest.
The Kansas City Star reported he was released from jail on Tuesday night on a bond of $2,362.50.
Breeland signed a one-year deal to remain with the Chiefs earlier this month. He was drafted in 2014 in the fourth round by the Redskins.