Former Ohio State wide receiver Terry Glenn was arrested Tuesday on a charge of auto theft, a Dallas television station reported.
Glenn, 35, allegedly rented a Chevrolet Suburban from a rental car business at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in November and never returned the truck, according to a police report.
He was released Tuesday night, Dallas station KTVT reported.
Glenn played 12 years in the NFL with the New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys before retiring in 2007.
According to KTVT, Glenn has been arrested four times since 2001. The first came after accusations of assaulting the mother of his then 5-year-old son. The second came in 2005 for public intoxication.
Last January, Glenn was arrested at an Irving hotel after there were reports he had been seen wandering naked through the hallways of a hotel. Glenn faced a number of charges for the incident, including public intoxication and marijuana possession, KTVT reported.
Glenn was awarded the Fred Biletnikoff Award at Ohio State in 1995 as the nation's top wide receiver.
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