Posted: 7:15 p.m.
That comes two days after the Bengals play their third game of the season in Pittsburgh. It's also a month after he goes on trial for a felony gun charge in Orlando, Fla.
A conviction or admission of guilt in either case is his second criminal offense and earns a suspension by NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, according to the league's player conduct policy.
He's also facing an operating under the influence charge in Ohio.