This wasn't Randle's first run-in with the law this year, as he was released temporarily from federal custody after being in jail for two years.
Randle played for Dallas from 2013-15.
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Troubled former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has been arrested in Kansas on a suspicion of rape charge.
In October 2014, Randle was in legal trouble related to a shoplifting arrest for stealing underwear and cologne.
The former National Football League player has racked up a series of arrests since being released by the Cowboys in 2015, according to the newspaper.
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- In February 2017, Randle was charged with one count of felony aggravated battery over an incident with another inmate in the Sedgwick County jail.
The Washington Post added that Randle has also been arrested for drug possession and abuse of alcohol which is why as a condition of his probation he must remain clean and sober for five years, and stay on his psychiatric medication.
Randle has been in jail in Wichita for most of the past two years for that case. The Cowboys cut him later that season after he appeared in six games.
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Just after 3:30 a.m. Friday, Randle was booked into Sedgwick County Jail. The AP reported that Randle was released on probation in June under a plea agreement that allowed prosecutors to seek to put him in prison if he got in trouble again. He was later suspended four games for violating the NFL's personal conduct rules after an incident involving marijuana possession and domestic violence with a weapon.
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