Per Pro Football Talk:That being said, this is nothing to be proud of. Not an honor that the Vikings want to have.
According to data compiled by former San Jose Mercury News reporter Mike Rosenberg, the Vikings are leading the way with 18 arrests the last five years.
They’re followed by the Broncos (16), the Colts and Buccaneers (13 each) and the 49ers (12).
At the other end of the spectrum, the Texans come in last with just one, and they cut rookie defensive tackle Brandon Ivory within days of his arrest in Alabama.
The Chargers, Giants and Panthers are tied for next-to-last with three each, and the Dolphins and Saints are next with four. The Patriots are among the teams next with five, even though one of theirs was the double-murder conviction for former tight end Aaron Hernandez.
There have been 260 NFL player arrests over the last 260 weeks (5 years). New team-by-team arrest breakdown: pic.twitter.com/iNfgyUrzlf — Mike Rosenberg (@RosenbergMerc) August 10, 2015