PESSIMISTIC 💔🥺: FSU Football Standout Arrested in Las Vegas

Former FSU Football Standout Arrested in Las Vegas During Super Bowl Week

The former Seminole recently signed a new deal with the Las Vegas Raiders.

With Super Bowl LVII just days away, thousands of fans will flock to Las Vegas to watch the highly anticipated match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. Alongside fans, current and former NFL players will be in attendance for the league’s biggest event of the year.

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Former Florida State defensive end Janarius Robinson, who plays for the Las Vegas Raiders, was arrested on the Vegas Strip for an alleged DUI and taken to the Clark County Detention Center on Tuesday.

Robinson appeared in CCDC inmate custody records Tuesday morning on a misdemeanor DUI charge. He was held on a bail of $2,000.

A local news report stated that the Panama City, FL native was ‘taken into custody just before 6 a.m. in the 3700 block of Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police,’ and that the arrest happened in the valet area of the Aria casino resort.

The former FSU edge rusher spent five seasons in Tallahassee before being drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the fourth round. He was waived and placed on injured reserve in 2021 before signing with the practice squad in 2022. After a year with the Philidelphia Eagles during their Super Bowl LVII run, he signed with the Raiders in 2023, recording eight tackles and a forced fumble in the six games he appeared in.

Robinson signed with the Raiders practice squad in August and was elevated to the team’s practice squad in December.

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