One day after DWI, O'Neal inactive for Bengals

AMELIA, Ohio -- One day after being charged with driving while intoxicated early Saturday following a traffic stop, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Deltha O'Neal was declared inactive for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

The two-time Pro Bowl player had a blood-alcohol level of 0.10,
above Ohio's legal limit of 0.08, the State Highway Patrol said.
O'Neal was alone in his car and arrested at the scene, Sgt.
Kevin Long said. O'Neal took a breath test and was released.

Rookie Jonathan Joseph will start for O'Neal against Oakland.

O'Neal is to appear in Clermont County Municipal Court on Dec. 12.
The seven-year veteran is the eighth Bengals player arrested this
year. Rookie receiver Reggie McNeal was charged with resisting
arrest this week outside a Houston nightclub.

Bengals spokesman Jack Brennan said Saturday he was unaware of
this latest arrest. The team withholds comment on unresolved
charges against players, he said.

Information from The Associated Press and ESPN.com's John Clayton was used in this report.