Former Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb spent a few hours in jail over the weekend after being arrested in Texas. According to 956sports.com, Kolb was arrested in Willacy County on June 28 on suspicion of boating under the influence.
Kolb was released from jail on Sunday after paying a $3,000 bond, according to ValleyCentral.com.
The quarterback's bad luck in Buffalo also included an incident last August where he slipped on a rubber mat while walking on the team's practice field and tweaked his knee.
Kolb signed with the Bills after spending two seasons in Arizona (2011-12) where he went 6-8 as a starter. Kolb also spent four seasons with the Eagles, beginning in 2007 when Philadelphia selected him with the 36th overall pick in the NFL Draft.