ATLANTA -- An ex-Atlanta Falcons player is behind bars after driving with a suspended license, officials tell 11Alive.
According to a spokesperson with the Forsyth County Sheriff's Department, Jamal Anderson, 43, was arrested Friday and charged after he was found allegedly driving with a suspended license.
Officials also charged him with violating Georgia's "Move Over" law, which stipulates drivers must change lanes when emergency vehicles with flashing lights are on a roadway's shoulder.
This is not the first time Anderson has been arrested for allegedly breaking the rules of the road.
In 2014, the former Falcons player was booked on DUI and improper stopping charges. Before that, in 2012, the was arrested for another DUI after police said they found him asleep at the wheel at an intersection with I-85. That charge was later dismissed, and Anderson pleaded guilty to a reckless driving charge.
Anderson played eight seasons for the Atlanta Falcons before leaving the team in 2001 for a knee injury.
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