Leaf officially charged with four felonies
Former San Diego Chargers quarterback Ryan Leaf was officially charged with four felonies in Montana, according to the Associated Press.
Leaf, the second overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, faces two counts each of burglary and possession of a dangerous drug. He is accused of twice breaking into homes and taking prescription medication.
The charges were officially filed on Thursday, but not available until Friday.
If convicted, Leaf faces up to 20 years on each burglary charge and up to five years on each drug charge. He also face the revocation of his 10-year probation from a drug charge in Texas from a 2010 plea arrangement. He is being held without bail until a determination can be made regarding a possible violation of the terms of the probation there.
On Monday, authorities in Texas are expected to file papers to revoke Leaf's probation there.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com