Darnell Dockett was pulled over by police -- and gave Twitter
followers a play-by-play account.
The Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman was clearly agitated
while posting a series of tweets during the incident Monday.
Dockett tweets that police told him he was pulled over because he
was speeding, and they wanted to search his car.
"I don't know why the police always messing w/me," he tweeted.
He says he refused to allow police to start a search without a
warrant. Dockett eventually tweeted he was about to be let go.
It was unclear where the incident occurred, and agent Drew
Rosenhaus did not immediately respond to an email requesting
Dockett, who has played seven NFL seasons, frequently uses
Twitter and has more than 70,500 followers.
He started at defensive tackle for FSU from 2000 to 2003.
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