Wichita native and former Dallas Cowboy Joseph Randle has been arrested again.

The Cowboys released Randle a year ago.

Randle was brought to the Sedgwick County, Kansas jail some time after 1a.m. Sunday and is being held on $150,000 bond. That arrest was related to charges of aggravated battery, criminal damage and possession of marijuana.

A judge rejected his request to reduce his $100,000 bond because Randle hadn't hired an attorney or applied for court-appointed counsel.

On Nov. 25, Randle was arrested following an altercation at a Kansas casino. This time, the 24-year-old was arrested for failing to appear in court.

Police said Randle struck three people with his auto on February 21 after getting into an argument at a housewarming party in southeast Wichita.

In November 2015, the Dallas Cowboys released Randle, after giving him a fine for the Texas shoplifting incident, according to The Washington Post.

Randle had serious potential as an NFL player - but barring some spectacular turnaround, seems his football days are over.

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