Packers' defensive tackle Johnny Jolly is due in court a week from Tuesday in Houston on felony drug possession charges.
The Houston Chronicle said the 25-year-old Jolly was arrested last Tuesday for possessing at least 200 grams of codeine.
He's free on a $10,000 bond. Jolly is from the Houston area, and he played his college ball at Texas A&M.
The Packers say they're still getting information about the case and they're not commenting further.
Jolly, a third-year pro, was expected to start for the Packers after Corey Williams left for Cleveland.
Jolly spent the off-season recovering from a shoulder injury from last November, but he's expected to be ready for training camp that starts two weeks from today (Monday).