Raiders' Roderick Teamer arrested on DUI, speeding charges

LAS VEGAS -- Raiders backup safety Roderic Teamer, who was activated off injured reserve Saturday, was arrested and charged with misdemeanor DUI and speeding Saturday night.

According to Las Vegas Justice Court records, Teamer, 26, was charged with "DUI of alcohol and/or controlled or prohibited substance" and a "basic speeding violation -- 21-30 miles per hour over posted speed limit."

He was released from custody on Sunday morning but will not play in the Raiders' home game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

"The Raiders are aware of an incident regarding Roderic Teamer last night," the team said in a news release. "The club is in the process of gathering more information and will have no further comment at this time."

Teamer was arrested on his way to the team hotel before team curfew, a source told ESPN. The Raiders generally spend the night in a hotel together before a game, even at home.

Teamer had played in six games and last appeared in the Oct. 15 matchup. He was suspended by the NFL in 2020 for four games for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.