Reggie McNeal's troubles in Houston have increased.
Later Friday problems grew for rookie wide receiver Reggie McNeal when The Associated Press reported that the Houston police have added a charge of possession of a dangerous drug to his resisting arrest charge from last weekend.
The AP quoted a police spokesman saying that McNeal allegedly had a cigarette that contained an antihistamine that is sometimes used as a sedative,
McNeal is scheduled to appear in court next week, the AP said.
According to NFL policy, a player doesn't face a suspension for a first drug offense if found guilty.