New York Giants safety Will Hill was arrested in New Jersey on a child support warrant, according to the New York Daily News.
Hill will still play against the Detroit Lions and made the trip with the team, per the report.
The team isn't punishing Hill since it's regarded as a personal issue.
Hill began the season with a four-game suspension for violating the NFL substance-abuse policy.
Hill had several issues at the University of Florida and went undrafted.
He's been suspended twice, including one suspension for Adderall use and another for marijuana.
Hill, who has one interception and two forced fumbles in eight starts, has four children with three different women.
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