Orson Charles reportedly brandished firearm on I-75

Per TMZ, Charles' arrest stems from road rage incident. Jason Butt

Print This April 01, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

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Orson Charles has seen better days.

Charged with wanton endangerment in Kentucky, details of his arrest weren't immediately made public by local authorities in Madison County. But according to a report from TMZ, it appears the Bengals fullback took his anger too far while driving on I-75 in the Bluegrass State.

Charles allegedly brandished a firearm in what's being called a road rage incident, which led to a first-degree charge. The report states no one was hurt in the incident.

If true, Charles will surely face disciplinary action from the NFL. It could also hurt Charles' chances of staying on the Bengals' roster.

The Bengals' fullback doesn't get much playing time and hasn't lived up to the potential he showcased during his college football days as a tight end at Georgia.

The Bengals selected Charles in the fourth round of the 2012 draft.

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