Former University of Georgia running back Caleb King has found himself in a familiar spot -- behind bars.
This time, King was arrested in Gwinnett County early Thursday morning and charged with DUI.
King, 24, of Lilburn, booked into the Gwinnett jail just before 2 a.m. Police also charged with King with improper lane change and failure to dim headlights, booking records show.
As of early Friday morning, jail records show King had not met his $2,140 bond.
No other details of the arrest were available.
King was a star at Parkview High School and Greater Atlanta Christian School before committing to UGA.
Since then, he has struggled to stay out of his own way.
During his time at Georgia, King was arrested for failing to appear for a court date on a speeding ticket. He missed his final season because he was declared academically ineligible.
He signed as a free agent with the Minnesota Vikings but was arrested in April for punching a man outside a birthday party.
According to the complaint, the man was waiting for a ride home after the party in Oak Grove on April 28 when King accused him of calling him names.
The complaint says King punched the man in the face and then pulled him out of a car by his neck.
Prosecutors say the 22-year-old man suffered a skull fracture and needed 19 stiches.
The Vikings cut King three days after his arrest.
King was charged in August.