Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd was cut by the team after being charged with two counts of DUI because he was found sleeping at the wheel of his car early Monday morning, reports CBS Sports.
The decision was first reported by Darren Urban who works for the team's website.
The Cardinals lost to the Miami Dolphins 26-23 on Sunday.
Urban tweeted the news out on Wednesday.
Floyd was a first-round pick in 2012 and entered the year as one of Arizona's most reliable performers. From 2012 to 2015, Floyd averaged approximately 52 receptions, 823 yards, and five touchdowns per year.
If the receiver is found guilty, the NFL could potentially suspend him, which would affect his free agency.
This is Floyd's second DUI incident in the past five years.
If a team claims Michael Floyd on waivers, it would owe him $861,176 for final two weeks of season, or 2/17ths of salary of $7.32 million.— MarkMaske (@MarkMaske) December 14, 2016
However, a team could potentially pick Floyd up on waivers.
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