Former University of Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson got arrested early Monday morning for allegedly driving under the influence. A spokesperson from the Ann Arbor Police Department in Michigan shared that Robinson got apprehended near the University of Michigan grounds after apparently being in a solo car crash. Possible charges against Robinson are pending toxicology results.

Robinson, 33, made his mark at Michigan from 2009 to 2012, establishing himself as one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in college football. When he wrapped up his time there, he held the career FBS record for rushing yards by a quarterback with 4,495, though that record was later surpassed by Navy’s Keenan Reynolds. The Jacksonville Jaguars picked Robinson in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL draft, switching him to running back.

Robinson, who graced the cover of the EA Sports NCAA Football 14 video game, had a stint with the Atlanta Legends of the Alliance of American Football in 2019 following the end of his NFL days. More recently, in 2019, he worked as an offensive analyst at Jacksonville University, then moved on to be an offensive quality control coach for the Jaguars in 2020, and later a scouting assistant for them in 2021. Since 2022, Robinson has held the role of assistant director of player personnel at Michigan. He was part of the staff when his alma mater clinched a national championship last season.

Michigan head football coach Sherrone Moore stated that Robinson has been suspended indefinitely. This isn’t the first time in recent weeks that someone linked to the University of Michigan football program has been arrested for alleged drunk driving. Just last month, Greg Scruggs got arrested in Ann Arbor for suspected DUI shortly after joining the team as the defensive line coach. Scruggs was initially suspended and then resigned from his coaching position shortly thereafter.