The media began scrambling on Jan. 25, 2003, the night before kickoff of Super Bowl XXXVII between Tampa Bay and Oakland, as word had leaked that Raiders head coach Bill Callahan (see photos) had sent Pro Bowl center Barret Robbins home from the San Diego Super Bowl site (where was it?). Immediate reports alleged that Robbins had ventured south of the border to Tijuana, Mexico, for a binge-drinking episode. The Raiders went on to lose, 48-21, without their star center (his sub? | watch game footage). Later the depth of Robbins' issues came to light. What was he suffering from? His more recent prison sentence
In 2001, former Green Bay Packer Mark Chmura was found not guilty of sexually assaulting his children's 17-year-old baby-sitter following her prom a year earlier. What did Chmura later admit about his behavior? His post-Packers gig?
In 2007, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Richard Seigler was accused of being involved in a prostitution ring. Specifically, he was accused of pandering and providing transportation for prostitutes in Las Vegas. The charges against Seigler didn't hold up, but he was dropped by the Pittsburgh Steelers and never again played in the NFL. Where did he briefly play following the scandal? His current gig?
It's going to be hard to win in the court of public opinion if you leave your wife for a younger intern, especially when your wife is expecting twins. Tiki Barber (see photos) knows this all too well. The former New York Giants running back ended his marriage to his wife — who was eight months pregnant — to continue a relationship with his younger mistress (who was she? | see photos). What's the pair up to now? Barber's drawn-out divorce | The settlement
Ben Roethlisberger has twice been accused of sexual assault -- first in a 2009 case in Lake Tahoe, Calif. (get the details), and then a year later in a Georgia college town (read more). Charges were not filed in either case, but the NFL still punished him. What were his consequences?
Most Americans knew little about the nation's dog-fighting subculture until Vick's case, and the magnitude of his cruelty to animals shocked the public (get details on the case). He served 18 months in prison, lost his $130 million contract and millions more in endorsements and fell into bankruptcy. Has he resumed his career? Watch his remorseful "60 Minutes" interview
Back in 2005, a few Vikings players set out on a boating adventure with some friends, but the excursion led to charges of disorderly conduct and inappropriate behavior. In fact, charges were filed against multiple players after the "Love Boat"-themed party that night (get details on the events). Although some players didn't face legal punishment, all players involved took some heavy hits in the court of public opinion. Which players were charged? Get the latest updates on the team's season
In 1999, former Panthers wide receiver Rae Carruth (see photos) was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder after allegedly plotting to kill girlfriend Cherica Adams (get details on her death), who was pregnant with Carruth's child. Carruth received a sentence of 18 to 24 years and his conviction was upheld by an appeals court in 2011. What's his expected prison release date?
The former Cleveland Browns receiver was suspended for the entire 2009 season following his guilty plea to DUI manslaughter (get details on the case). Stallworth served 24 days of a 30-day prison sentence. What's Stallworth's most recent NFL affiliation?
Adam 'Pacman' Jones
The former Tennessee Titans return man was suspended for the entire 2007 season and part of 2008 for numerous violations. Jones' off-field docket includes 10 incidents (get the details) in which he was interviewed by police. The most serious took place in Las Vegas during the 2007 NBA All-Star weekend: a fight and shooting at a strip club that left a bystander paralyzed. What charges did Jones face? His consequences?
The Wardrobe Malfunction
This is the mother of all Super Bowl controversies, which is strange, considering it never affected the game or anyone's life. The scandal? Janet Jackson's notorious "wardrobe malfunction" in her duet performance with Justin Timberlake in 2004. The highly controversial MTV-produced show culminated with Timberlake ripping off Jackson's two-piece top, revealing the singer's breast. What was the NFL's reaction? Was CBS blamed?
Nobody questions Bryant's natural ability, but some observers have questioned the discipline of the flamboyant wide receiver. On July 16, Bryant was charged with a misdemeanor for family violence after an alleged altercation with his mother (get details on the charge). How's he done with the Cowboys? | Get his current stats
The newlywed wide receiver (see photos) was arrested on Aug. 11 on suspicion of domestic violence. Johnson allegedly head-butted his bride, Evelyn Lozada (she stars on this show), during an argument in a vehicle outside their home (the couple wed this summer). When cops arrived, Lozada had lacerations on her forehead, and Johnson was taken into custody. Why had Lozada confronted Johnson? Professional consequences for the Dolphins player The current status of his marriage
Joe Namath's legend casts a mammoth shadow over the Jets organization. On December 20, 2003, Namath was set to be honored by the Jets at halftime. During his sideline interview, Namath appeared a bit out of sorts (why?) and delivered an all-too-memorable line to the sideline reporter conducting the interview. Following the incident, Namath issued an apology. What was his "statement"? Watch the infamous interview
Early in the Patriots' 2008 unbeaten regular season, Belichick had been embroiled in the Spygate sideshow, where he was accused of illegally videotaping signals used by opposing coaching staffs. What was the consequence? Get the latest updates on the team's season
The morality police had a heyday when New England star Irving Fryar was photographed with mysterious cuts on his fingers in January 1986. What allegedly caused the cuts? His later arrest
NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor was arrested May 6, 2010, and charged with third-degree rape and soliciting prostitution after an encounter with a 16-year-old girl in a New York City suburb. What were the results of the charges? Taylor's consequence?
In his playing days, Falcons defensive back Eugene Robinson was known publicly as one of the league's true good guys and a family man. In fact, on the day before Super Bowl XXXIII, Robinson had been presented with the NFL's Bart Starr Award, celebrating his high moral character. Hours later, the highly respected Robinson was arrested in Miami for soliciting a prostitute. Robinson was bailed out by game day, but a play-gone-bad didn't help his case. What was Robinson's second biggest mistake? Details on his retirement
In the all-too-familiar "Super Bowl eve story gone wrong," Bengals fullback Stanley Wilson failed to show up for a Saturday-night team meeting after telling some of his teammates that he had forgotten his playbook in his room. Where did players and coaches find Wilson? The consequences?
In 2008, Burress accidentally suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a Manhattan nightclub. After Burress' arrest, the Giants suspended the wide receiver for the final four games of the season. What was Burress charged with? His consequence? How's he done with the Steelers?
Ray Lewis has never hidden from the spotlight, but one incident that stains his past remains his Atlanta arrest involving the fatal stabbing of two men the night after Super Bowl XXXIV. Although murder charges were eventually dropped, Lewis was convicted of obstruction of justice (get details on the charge). When the Ravens made the Super Bowl the next year, critics complained that Lewis deserved to be watching the game from a jail cell rather than playing. Did Lewis lead the Giants to a win?
Before the Colts and the Bears played Super Bowl XLI on Feb. 4, 2007, the media focused on Chicago DT Tank Johnson, who had been arrested for the third time in 18 months. What was the cause of his third arrest? His first and second? Get details on his consequence
The late Cincinnati Bengals receiver was arrested five times and had 10 interviews with police after being drafted in 2005, one of nine Bengal players arrested in 2006 to 2007. Henry died in 2009 when he fell out of the back of a moving truck driven by his fiancee during a domestic dispute. The reasons for his multiple arrests More details of his death
Despite his famous acquittal in 1995 (get details on the trial), the Hall of Fame running back (see photos) became a media pariah. Most Americans believed he literally got away with murder. He lost the subsequent civil suit (get details), his promising acting career ended abruptly, and his endorsement deals disappeared. His attempt at reality TV His tell-all book
In the midst of winning one of his three NFL Most Valuable Player awards in 1996, Brett Favre's admission that he battled addiction to alcohol and painkilling medication (get the details) got as much attention as his on-field play. So more than a few eyebrows were raised during Super Bowl XXXI week when the Packers QB was allegedly seen partying with beer in hand on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. What allegedly happened as a result? The Super Bowl results